A billionaire famous for revamping companies
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A billionaire famous for revamping companies

Dean Metropoulos is a Greek American investor and businessman. He owns Pabst Brewing and according to Forbes magazine he has a net-worth of $2,4 billion.

He ranks in the Forbes 400 list, together with the wealthiest people in the United States and the 20 wealthiest Greeks in the world.

At his age of 10, his family relocated to the United States from Greece.

He studied business administration at Babson College in Massachusetts, one of the top colleges in the world for entrepreneurs.

Dean Metropoulos is widely known for his talent in revamping and raising the value of traditional and popular American products, like Duncan Hines, Bumblebee Tuna, Chef Boyardee, Vlassic, Celeste, Aunt Jemima, Mrs. Pauls, Lender’s Bagels, Perrier Jouet & Mumms Champagnes, Gulden’s Mustard, Armour, Van De Kamp, Swanson, Hungry Man and Ghiradelli Chocolate. After having multiplied their value, he eventually sells the brands.

Metropoulos plays a major part in the Greek American community and during the latest years he has been serving the Board of the National Hellenic Society.

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