10 College Dropout Billionaire Business Tycoons

A media mogul, Ted Turner, was expelled from Brown University but later founded Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) and CNN.

10. Ted Turner

The tech-savvy Jack Dorsey dropped out of New York University and co-founded Twitter, making him one of the youngest billionaires.

9. Jack Dorsey

Founder and CEO of Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, left Stanford University to revolutionize blood testing with innovative technology.

8. Elizabeth Holmes

After leaving Baruch College, Ralph Lauren embarked on a fashion journey, creating the renowned Ralph Lauren Corporation.

7. Ralph Lauren

Co-founder of Apple Inc., Steve Jobs, dropped out of Reed College and played a pivotal role in the personal computer revolution.

6. Steve Jobs

Michael Dell's early intelligence and entrepreneurial spirit led him to drop out of the University of Texas and establish Dell Incorporated.

5. Michael Dell

A hotel magnate and businessman, Sheldon Adelson, dropped out of City College of New York to pursue a career in entrepreneurship.

4. Sheldon Adelson

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, left Harvard University to create the social media giant, now boasting over 500 million users.

3. Mark Zuckerberg

Larry Ellison, the founder of Oracle, overcame personal challenges and college dropout status to become one of the wealthiest individuals in the world.

2. Larry Ellison

The most successful billionaire dropout, Bill Gates, co-founded Microsoft and became a global tech icon.

1. Bill Gates

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