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Richard Branson kite surfing, with model Denni Parkinson, shown with his business motto below.[1]

In arts, business (TR:11) (LH:1) (TL:12) refers to []


In 2000, Andrea Gabor, in her The Capitalist Philosophers: the Geniuses of Modern Business, defined the following group as modern American business geniuses:[2]

  1. Frederick Taylor
  2. Mary Follett
  3. Chester Barnard
  4. Fritz Roethlisberger
  5. Eliot Mayo
  6. Robert McNamera
  7. Robert Maslow
  8. Douglas McGregor
  9. Edwards Deming
  10. Herbert Simon
  11. Alfred Chandler
  12. Alfred Sloan
  13. Peter Drucker


The following are related quotes:

“There is no point in starting your own business unless you do it out of a sense of frustration.”
— Richard Branson (c.2009), “Article” (Ѻ), Magazine [3]
WikiFoundry is on the brink of going out of business.”
Travis Derouin (2020), “Email to Libb Thims”, 7:41AM CST Apr 19[4]

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  1. (a) Branson, Richard. (2013). “Story Behind Naked Model Kitesurfing Photo” (YT), Business Insider, Oct 20.
    (b) Photo (with quote) from magazine clipping, in Thims' "good photos" folder.
  2. Gabor, Andrea. (2000). The Capitalist Philosophers: the Geniuses of Modern Business—Their Lives, Times, and Ideas. Publisher.
  3. Branson, Richard. (c.2009). “Article” (Ѻ), Magazine, Month.
  4. Note: Derouin eventually announced site shutdown 10 months later (3 Mar 2021), and decommissioned site on 1 Jun 2021.

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