7. Ted Turner
Net worth: $2.3 Billion
Robert Edward Turner III is an entrepreneur, television producer, media owner, and philanthropist from the United States. He is most recognized as the originator of the Cable News Network, the first 24-hour cable news program. Turner did not, in fact, drop out of college. Instead, he was expelled from Brown University for having a female companion in his dorm room.
Fortunately, he was able to work for his father’s lucrative advertising firm, which he ultimately developed into the Turner Broadcasting Company, founding CNN, the first 24-hour cable news network.
6. Lady Gaga
Net worth: $150 Million
Lady Gaga is a Grammy and Academy Award-winning singer, songwriter, actor, and entrepreneur worth $150 million at the age of 34. When it comes to her ability, she was born with it: Growing up in New York as Stefani Germanotta, little Gaga began playing the piano at the age of four and began performing at open mics at the age of fourteen. Lady Gaga, too, is a college dropout.
Lady Gaga was one of twenty qualified students in a conservatory program at a New York University art campus when she was known as Stefani Germanotta. Lady Gaga, on the other hand, left out after her second year to pursue a music career. The singer/songwriter came to stardom with her debut solo album after working with two different music groups, years of performing in clubs and pubs, and a few unsuccessful record deals.
Lady Gaga, who is consistently one of the world’s best-selling musicians, is as successful as any other college dropout on our list.
5. Larry Ellison
Net worth: $109 Billion
Larry Ellison is an American businessman who co-founded the software company Oracle Corp. in 1977. Oracle developed from a three-programmer start-up to the world’s biggest provider of database software and the second-largest supplier of business applications under his guidance.
Ellison has had an eventful life, beginning with his birth in the Bronx as the son of a single mother and culminating with the purchase of his own Hawaiian island. In addition, he failed college twice. When his aunt died in his second year at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, he left.
He attempted to return to school at the University of Chicago but was only able to complete one semester. He was able to create his own software firm, Oracle, after accumulating computer and programming abilities in many positions. He went on to become a tech legend.