|Lebanon Sites (76 - 90 of 100)|
Melhem Kanso Website
Offers information about Melhem Mustafa Kanso, a Lebanese imigrant who descended from Mukhtara village, Shouf of Mount Lebanon.
Jean E. Riachi - Wikipedia
Information about Jean E. Riachi, a Lebanese American CEO and Chairman of the Board of FFA Private Bank.
George Joseph Maloof Sr. - Wikipedia
Information about George Joseph Maloof, a Lebanese American businessman, banker and Houston Rockets NBA team owner.
Shafiqah Shasha - Wikipedia
Information about Shafiqah Shasha, a Lebanese Australian matriarch who played a significant role as a trader in the early 20th Century garment industry in rural New South Wales.
Bilal Khazal - Wikipedia
Information about Bilal Khazal, a Lebanese Australian former baggage handler for Qantas Airlines and a prominent figure in the Islamic Youth Movement.
Ernest Shahid - Wikipedia
Information about Ernest Shahid, a Lebanese American commercial real estate developer, helped transform Destin and coastal Okaloosa County into a major tourist vacation destination.
George J. Maloof Jr. - Wikipedia
Information about George Joseph Maloof, a Lebanese American billionaire, executive president and owner of the Maloof Companies and head of the hotels division.
Michel G. Malti - Wikipedia
Information about Michel George Malti, a Lebanese American electrical engineer known for his work in circuit analysis.
People of Leb App
An iPhone/iPad application by Softech LLC, that allows people to search for Lebanese people worlwide. Also, provides demographic statistics reports about Lebanon.
Information about businesswoman Nayla Nicolas Hayek, chairwoman of the Swatch Group and CEO of Harry Winston Inc, owner of the world's largest flawless blue diamond the Winston Blue. Nayla is also a horse breeder and expert in Arabian horses.
Carlos Slim Domit - Wikipedia
Information about Carlos Slim Domit, a Lebanese Mexican eldest son of Carlos Slim Helú, the Mexican billionaire.
Gildo Masso - Wikipedia
Information about Gildo Masso Gonzalez, a Lebanese Puerto Rican founder and CEO of Masso Enterprises and also the developer of the concept of "build it yourself" low cost houses.
John Symond - Wikipedia
Information about John Symond, Lebanese Australian founder and Managing director of the Aussie Group which has made him one of the richest men in Australia.
Maxime Chaya - Wikipedia
Information about Maxime Chaya, a first Lebanese national hero who climbed the Mount Everest on May 15th, 2006 as the last of his Seven Summits.
Tarek Saab - Wikipedia
Information about Tarek Saab, a Lebanese American candidate on The Apprentice 5 and the CEO of Lionheart Apparel.