He is one of the founders of SAS. SAS was originally an acronym for statistical analysis system, but the company has long since moved it's products beyond the statistical analysis sphere. Some of the products of SAS are advanced statistical-modeling software for pharmaceutical giants such as Merck and Eli Lilly and now trying to attract banks and financial institutions with data-crunching and anti-money-laundering software.
He is married and has 4 children. Education: Beloit College, Bachelor of Arts / Science.
$1.5 billion as of 2005.