I'd give Paulson the money and tell him get it fixedPickens: 'I'd give Paulson the money' Sep 25, 2008
I think I would be for Al Gore for energy czarPickens would OK Gore as 'energy czar' Jul 18, 2008
In that case, I think I would be for Al Gore for energy czarPickens would OK Gore as 'energy czar' Jul 18, 2008
During the past decade, I have worked diligently to make dramatic improvements in the area through a variety of conservation and wildlife initiatives, and by helping increase property values throughout the county by ensuring landowners have the right to market their stranded and surplus groundwaterT. Boone Pickens to run for water board Feb 14, 2008
I was sad, and felt a desire to protect what cherished memories I could, most notably the cement that I etched my name into the sidewalk as a youthPickens admits taking driveway slab Jul 23, 2009
Thomas Boone Pickens, Jr. (born May 22, 1928), known as T. Boone Pickens, is an American financier who chairs the hedge fund BP Capital Management. He was a well-known takeover operator and corporate raider during the 1980s. With an estimated current net worth of about $1.4 billion, he is ranked by Forbes as the 290th-richest person in America and ranked 880th in the world.
Pickens was born in Holdenville, Oklahoma. His father worked as an oil and mineral landman (rights leaser). During World War II, his mother ran the local Office of Price Administration, rationing gasoline and other goods in four counties. Pickens was the first child born via Caesarean section in the history of Holdenville hospital.