Ronald Perelman

Ronald Perelman

Ronald Owen Perelman (born January 1, 1943) is an American business magnate. Through his company MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc., he has invested in various companies in grocery, cigar, licorice, makeup, car, photography, television, camping, security, lottery, jewelry, banks, and the American comic book industry.

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