The document transferred $5 million of her fortune to her son.
The cover of fortune of September 2, 2008, featured Dimon and a gaggle of JPMorgan Chase bankers as “The Survivors.”
Bloggers like Tavi Gevinson have parlayed their brand into celebrity and collaborations with fortune 500 companies.
She also squared off against then-President Leonid Kuchma, who fired her and supposedly did his best to destroy her fortune.
The rumors of Radziwill fortune have been vastly overstated.
This, then, was nothing less than Robert Fletcher's fortune.
The error of imputing to Virtue what are only the calamities of Nature or of fortune, v.94.
There is money, and you have fortune also; if you get an office, you can live in floribus!
Till then, success will attend me; for when I meet you, I meet the only obstacle to my fortune.
Cuba seems formed to become the very button on fortune's cap.
c.1300, "chance, luck as a force in human affairs," from Old French fortune "lot, good fortune, misfortune" (12c.), from Latin fortuna "chance, fate, good luck," from fors (genitive fortis) "chance, luck," possibly from PIE *bhrtu- and related to base *bher- (1) "to carry" (see infer).
Often personified as a goddess; her wheel betokens vicissitude. Sense of "owned wealth" first found in Spenser; probably it evolved from senses of "one's condition or standing in life," hence "position as determined by wealth," then "wealth" itself. Soldier of fortune first attested 1660s. Fortune 500 "most profitable American companies" is 1955, from the list published annually in "Fortune" magazine.