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Kenneth Langone Net Worth

Kenneth Langone Net Worth is
$2.6 Billion

Kenneth Langone Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

He’s got an estimated net worth of $2.1 billion according to “Forbes”. Following his NYU commencement, Langone started his business career. After a while, his launching pad was the IPO price he set up for Ross Perot’s firm Electronic Data Systems. Construction up his expertise during the following ten years, Langone started to examine the do-it-yourself company and eventually purchased stock in Handy Dan, a do-it-yourself chain. This resulted in a connection between Langone and both Handy Dan CEO Bernard Marcus and CFO Arthur Blank. Although a minority investor, Langone essentially shielded Marcus from problems that appeared between Marcus and Sanford Sigiloff, the CEO of The Daylin Corporation, Handy Dan’s parent company. Marcus, nevertheless, believed when Langone sold his interest in Handy Dan, it could possibly enhance his relationship with Sigiloff. Langone organized funding for Marcus and Blank to found Home Depot. Now a national chain with over 300,000 workers, it’s Langone’s most remarkable business venture. Kenneth Langone has given nearly $150 million to various charities. His philanthropic focus has been universities, medical research and training, instruction, and helping kids. Universities Langone has given towards contain Bucknell University, and NYU. Bucknell University has gained from his $11 million contribution, which funded a brand new Sports and Recreation Center. Also, he’s contributed $6.5 million to NYU’s Stern School to endow the Kenneth G. Langone Part time Evening MBA program.

Kenneth Langone Net Worth $2.1 Billion Dollars

Source
IMDB Wikipedia


Full NameKenneth Langone
Net Worth$2.6 Billion
Date Of Birth1935-09-16
ProfessionBusinessperson
EducationBucknell University
SpouseElaine Langone
ChildrenKenneth G. Langone, Jr., Bruce Langone, Stephen Langone, Kenneth G. Langone Jr., Kenneth Gerard Langone Jr.
#Fact
1Former director, New York Stock Exchange.
2Co-founder, with Bernie Marcus, Pat Farrah and Arthur Blank, of Home Depot in 1979.

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wall Street Week2017TV SeriesHimself - Co-Founder, Home Depot
Charlie Rose2011TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer2010DocumentaryHimself - Chairman & CEO, Invemed Associates (as Ken Langone)
The 65th Annual Columbus Day Parade2009TV MovieHimself - Grand Marshal

Known for movies


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