William E. Conway, Jr.
Until a person has a home, they are always going to be dependent upon the system.
Generally, I have a strong interest in trying to help people who are maybe not as lucky as I am. I’ve been well rewarded in this world. I’m more worried about the next one.
There is no reason, in the capital city of the richest country in the world, for anybody to be hungry.
If I’m going to create 1,000 jobs, or 10,000 jobs, or whatever the number is, wouldn’t we all be better off?
More effective than giving away half my fortune before I die is finding a way to help people have a good-paying job.
If everybody who was in the Forbes 400 said they were going to create 10,000 jobs, by my mathematics, that would be 4 million jobs.
I’m the luckiest guy in the world, and I am going to give away every penny before I die.
I want to give away the money. I don’t want to die with it. I want the money to be used well.
The assets you want to buy are the ones people have to sell.