Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud, whose Saudi Arabia-based Kingdom Holding Company has sizable investments in Apple, Citigroup, Four Seasons Hotels and even Twitter, is ranked No. 29 on Forbes magazine’s 2012 list of billionaires and No. 1 in Saudi Arabia. Although his vast wealth means he can dine wherever he’d like, speaking from behind his desk in the regally appointed 66th-floor office of his sleekKingdom Centre skyscraper in Riyadh, he admitted his family has a fondness ...
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