Michael Jordan, LeBron James & The Jordan Family: A Journey From Basketball To Life As A Business Owner

By Michael Rinder The Jordan family is one of the most influential in sports, and its patriarch has been around for more than 40 years.

For decades, he has owned the Los Angeles Lakers, and he’s still the face of the franchise.

And now that he’s retired, the Jordan family has started to expand into the realm of business, launching their own private equity firm.

Jordan Enterprises, which is controlled by the Jordan Family, is an umbrella company for a group of companies that also includes a sports apparel company, Jordan Brand.

The company is part of a new group of businesses Jordan Enterprises formed last year, which aims to create a family-owned business empire in which Jordan will remain in a leadership role, but he’ll also be involved in a number of other ventures, including a major venture into social media.

The group is called Jordan Enterprises Family and includes the family-run Jordan Brand, Jordan Enterprises Entertainment, Jordan Family Enterprises, Jordan Partners, and Jordan Family Partners, according to a statement from the family.

The companies will create a “brand-driven” organization that will help the Jordan Group grow “in a way that maximizes the potential of each of its businesses,” according to the statement.

The goal is to make Jordan Enterprises “the biggest brand-driven business enterprise in sports,” according the statement, which did not specify how much the company would make.

Jordan’s presence in the business world is part, of course, of the Jordan brand’s long history, which dates back to the early 1980s, when the Jordan brothers first began to run the Los Vegas Kings basketball team.

They eventually built a basketball dynasty in L.A. that included three NBA championships in the 1990s.

Since the beginning of the 20th century, the family has also run a number-one basketball league, the NBA, and a number (the Jordan brand is one) of entertainment businesses, including the Jordan Brand and the Jordan Company, which owns the Jordan’s personal clothing line.

It’s not clear how much money Jordan Enterprises made in the initial months of the company’s formation, but it was said to be “well above $2 billion” when it was launched last year.

Jordan has been involved in business for decades.

In 2003, Jordan was named chairman of the board of the Chicago Bulls, the team that won the NBA championship that year.

He’s also co-chairman of the boards of two companies, a golf course in Dubai and a ski resort in Southern California.

The Jordan brand has sold over 2.7 million shirts in the United States and over 4.6 million in other countries, according the company, which also includes the Jordan name and the line of Jordan sneakers.

Jordan is the only NBA player who’s been awarded the NBA’s lifetime achievement award, which honors the most dominant player in a particular season.

He won it for a record seven consecutive seasons from 1999-2002.

Jordan also has the distinction of being the first person to win two MVP awards in the same season, joining LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Carmelo Anthony.

The last two MVPs to win the award were Larry Bird and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Jordan had a major impact on the NBA during the early 1990s, as he helped lead the league in scoring and assists for the first time in its history.

During that time, he was the league’s most valuable player, winning the MVP award in 1994 and the championship in 1996.

Jordan played his final game for the Lakers in 1999, but his influence was felt on the court for many years.

In 2000, the Los Angles Lakers moved to the Los Gatos, California, arena and named Jordan as the team’s general manager, and in 2007 he was named the NBA All-Star Game MVP.

Jordan won two more MVPs in 2012 and 2015.

In 2018, the Lakers announced that he would become the first NBA player to wear a No. 12 jersey and the second to wear the “Jordan Brand” logo on his uniform.

And in 2019, Jordan signed a new five-year, $30 million contract extension that included a $10 million signing bonus, making him the highest-paid player in NBA history.

He is the second-highest-paid active player in the league behind Kevin Durant.

And he’s currently the highest paid player in history at $8.6 billion.

As part of the deal, he is eligible for a $4 million annual salary cap increase starting next season.

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