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Eddie Lampert
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    (July 19, 1962- )
    Born in Roslyn, New York
    Hedge fund manager
    Founder of ESL Investments (1988)
    Chief executive officer and main shareholder of Sears Holdings
    1984 Yale University graduate (summa cum laude, Bachelor’s degree in economics)
    A CNN article called him the Steve Jobs of the investing world.
    He drew comparisons to Warren Buffett (who probably subscribed to the opposite model).
    He ignored the warnings of a direct associate at Goldman Sachs, where he interned, to form his own investment firm (which uses his initials).
    He was abducted from the parking lot of his Greenwich office — yet gone only two days.
    Sears Roebuck officially went bankrupt under his reign (summer 2017).
    The death of his 47-year-old father made him the de facto ‘man of the house.’
    In his adolescence, he would frequently discuss the stock market with his grandmother.
    He was a solid student and athlete, to the point of winning the scholar-athlete award at high school.
    He is a fan of Ayn Rand.
    He was introduced to David Geffen (the record mogul) by an investor who gave him seed money for his new enterprise.
    His acquisition of K-Mart in the early 2000s resulted in significant returns.

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