Forbes publication editor-in-chief and past Republican presidential main candidate who also became known for his perception in a set tax. He graduated from Princeton University or college in 1970, where he previously founded the student-run publication Business Today. He went for chief executive in 1996 and 2000 and he donated $37 million of his personal cash to his 2000 bet. He fathered five daughters along with his wife Sabina. His grandfather B.C. Forbes founded the publication, and his dad, Malcolm, continuing the legacy. He endorsed Rick Perry in 2011 for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.