388. Jeffrey Lurie
$2 billion Self-made Score: $ Source: philadelphia eagles age: 66 residence: wynnewood, pa. Ph.d., Brandeis ’87 Lurie, the owner of the NFL’S Philadelphia Eagles team, took an executive role in 1982 at General Cinema Corp., the film company founded by his grandfather. He spent years in academia, teaching social policy at Boston University after earning a doctoral degree at Brandeis. In 1994 he got a loan from the Bank of Boston to purchase the Philadelphia Eagles for $185 million; the team is now worth $2.65 billion. Despite having to give up part of the team during his 2012 divorce, his majority stake still represents the bulk of his fortune.