DeVos, Rich

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Various speeches by Rich DeVos

Amway Exclusives


Amway Sales & Marketing Plan

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Compassionate Capitalism

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Direct Distribution


Four Winds

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Magnificence or Mediocrity

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The Four Fundamentals

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Richard DeVos, Sr. (born March 4, 1926, Grand Rapids, Michigan) is an American businessman, co-founder of Amway along with Jay Van Andel (company restructured as Alticor in 2000), and owner of the Orlando Magic NBA basketball team. In 2010, Forbes magazine listed him as the 62nd wealthiest person in the United States with an estimated net worth of USD$ 4.3 billion (tied with three other people). In 2010, "Forbes" ranked him as the 176th richest person in the world with an estimated net worth of $4.5 billion.[2] (At one point, he was in the top 10 of wealthiest Americans).

DeVos was educated at Calvin College and is a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. He served in the military in World War II in the United States Army Air Corps.

En 1993 escribió "Capitalismo solidario" gente ayudando a gente a ayudarse a sí misma. El titulo del origial en inglés: Compassionate Capitalism