Bryan Adams vs Henry Samueli

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Singer
Cofounder, Chief Technology Officer and Chairman, Broadcom
$65 Million
Net worth 2018
$3.9 Billion
Singers
Industry
Technology
Kingston
Residence
Newport Beach, California
Canadian
Country
United States
05/11/1959
BirthDay
20/09/1954
1.72 m
Height
Children
3
Argyle Secondary School, Henry Munro Middle School
Education
Bachelor of Arts / Science, University of California, Los Angeles; Doctorate, University of California, Los Angeles; Master of Science, University of California, Los Angeles
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2012

He has also published a photographic book named ‘Exposed’ in 2012

2001

From 2001 to 2015, his studio album ‘Tracks of My Years’ hit the music stores

2000

During the 2000-2010 decade, this exceptional artist worked on studio albums such as ‘Room Service’ and ‘11’

1992

During 1992-99, he produced two albums named ‘18 til I Die’ and ‘On a Day Like Today’

1991

In 1991, his album ‘Waking Up the Neighbours’ was produced, and this album too became a global hit

1987

He then produced a live album named ‘Live! Live! Live!’His next album ‘Into the Fire’ was released in 1987, and it comprised of songs such as ‘Hearts on Fire’ and ‘Heat of the Night’

1984

His fourth studio album was ‘Reckless’ which hit the music stores in 1984, and became an immediate success

1983

His breakthrough album ‘Cuts Like a Knife’ was released in 1983, with its song ‘Straight from the Heart’ which was among the top 10 songs at the ‘Billboard hot 100’ chart

1980

His album ‘Bryan Adams’ was launched in 1980, and the songs of this album were written by Jim and Bryan, and also co-produced by them

1978

In 1978, he was introduced to Canadian musician Jim Vallance; Jim had decided to become a musician and songwriter and hence left his previous band

1976

He joined the band ‘Sweeney Todd’, as a substitute for their lead singer and in 1976 the band came up with an album ‘If Wishes Were Horses’

1959

Adams and Elizabeth Jane (née Watson), on 5th November, 1959, in Kingston, Ontario

1930

One of his recent projects is ‘Bryan Adams: Reckless 30th Anniversary Tour’

2017

In 2017 the Samueli's made a transformational $200 million gift to UC Irvine to create the Susan and Henry Samueli College of Health Sciences, a first-of-its-kind College of Health Sciences focused on interdisciplinary integrative health

2015

In 2015 the Samueli's acquired ownership of the Ducks' American Hockey League affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals

2012

In 2012 the Samueli's joined the Giving Pledge, initiated by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates, whose members pledge the majority of their wealth to philanthropy

2009

District Court Judge Cormac Carney rejected the plea deal that called for Samueli to receive probation, writing: "The court cannot accept a plea agreement that gives the impression that justice is for sale" 16 months later, on December 10, 2009, Judge Carney, after hearing the testimony of all the witnesses at the trial of CFO William Ruehle, dismissed the case against Samueli (as well as Ruehle and Nicholas), citing Samueli's testimony as well as prosecutorial misconduct

2007

In 2007 the Anaheim Ducks became the first California team ever to win the Stanley Cup championship

2006

In 2006 both the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice began investigating Broadcom Corporation for backdating of stock options

2003

In 2003 the Samueli's purchased the management contract for the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim sports and entertainment venue, creating Anaheim Arena Management, LLC, to oversee all operations of the arena, and in 2005 they purchased the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim National Hockey League (NHL) club, the arena's largest tenant, from the Walt Disney Company for $75 million

2001

In 2001 the Samueli's established the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine at UC Irvine

2000

During the technology boom in the 2000s, Samueli and Broadcom co-founder Henry T

1999

In 1999 the Samueli's made major donations to the UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Science and the UC Irvine School of Engineering, both of which have since been named after him

1998

After Broadcom went public in 1998 the Samueli Foundation was created

1992

They rented their first office in 1992 in Westwood, CA near the UCLA campus and moved to Irvine, CA in 1995 at which time Samueli took a leave of absence from UCLA to be at Broadcom full-time

1991

In 1991, while still working as a professor at UCLA, Samueli co-founded Broadcom with one of his Ph

1980

D (1980), all in the field of electrical engineering

1975

Samueli attended UCLA, where he received his bachelor's degree (1975), master's degree (1976), and Ph

1954

Henry Samueli (born September 20, 1954) is an American businessman, engineer, and philanthropist