Ever thought why Hotels and Resorts have Concierge Services in the Lobby? Today we are going to read about a man and would try to dig into his life and his journey from Rags to Riches. "The goal is to win. It's not about making money. I have many much less risky ways of making money than this (buying Chelsea football club). I don't want to throw my money away, but it's really about having fun and that means success and trophies." ~ Roman Abramovich Abramovich is the largest shareholder of Evraz, Russia's second-biggest steelmaker. He owns stakes in Norilsk Nickel, the world's largest producer of refined nickel, and London's Chelsea Football Club. He built his fortune from dividends and sales of privatized assets acquired from the former Soviet Union, including Sibneft and Aeroflot. 'Shy would be a word to describe him.' There have been many others: ruthless, generous, audacious, calculating, visionary. But shy? A strang

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