91. Daniel Gilbert
Detroit’s biggest champion, the Quicken Loans founder believes you can do well by doing good, running what he calls a family of “for-more-than-profit companies.” Since 2010 he has spent $2.5 billion rehabbing downtown real estate, and he plans to invest another $2.1 billion on construction over the next 5 years. The owner of the NBA’S Cleveland Cavaliers also wants to bring major league soccer to Detroit and helped spearhead the QLINE, a new light-rail transit system funded mostly with private money. His Quicken Loans, which he started with $5,000 saved from selling pizzas in college, is now the nation’s largest online mortgage lender, with $96 billion in loans in 2016.