Rockefeller, John

Rockefeller, John

D(avison) (1839–1937) multimillionaire oil tycoon and financier, [Am. Hist.: EB, VIII: 623]
See: Finance
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Pickens, along with other billionaires and ultra-high-net-worth families, including Bill and Melinda Gates, Warren Buffett, David Rockefeller, John Bogle, Mark Zuckerberg and George lucas, have agreed to conspicuously make large charitable donations during their lifetimes instead of waiting for the majority of their contributions to trigger at their deaths and the settlements of their estates.
Ushers were Michael Tyler Wages, William Gordon Rockefeller, Colin Kendrick Rockefeller, John Alexander Camp Rockefeller, and Louis Henry Rockefeller.
"There did exist at one time," he writes, "a Republican Party that tried to act as the conscience of the nation," represented by leaders such as Nelson Rockefeller, John Lindsay, Kingman Brewster, and Elliot Richardson.
delegation there included over 40 men who were (or later became) CFR members, including such prominent Establishment figures as Edward Stettinius, Nelson Rockefeller, John Foster Dulles, John J.