Their result for The Billionaire Test ...
The Oligarch: Boris Berezovsky
You could be worth $6 billion... someday
Based on my rigorous interrogation of your personality, I have determined that deep down you are more evil than good-natured, more lazy than hardworking, and more cunning than lucky.
Thus, while you may not have started out rich, if you do acquire a fortune it will probably be by finding clever ways to rip people off. In this way you are most similar to the Russian oligarchs who grew fabulously wealthy by brazenly stealing the Soviet Union's enormous assets, then selling them for cold hard cash -- not to mention occasionally scamming international lenders, starting criminal rackets, and owning television stations.
I feel you are most like Russia's least favorite biznesmen and first billionaire, Boris Berezovsky. While he has since been eclipsed by his more legit former partner, Roman Abramovich (now the world's 11th richest person and owner of the Yankees of British football, Chelsea), Berezovsky showed a lot more hustle in the early get-rich-quick days of post-Soviet Russia. After making a shady fortune in the early 90's, he used his billions to buy political influence, gaining close access to president Boris Yeltsin and buying up key TV stations and newspapers (which he used to amass more billions). He also supported current president Vladimir Putin, but they later had a falling out that forced Berezovsky to sell many of his assets and flee to Britain, where he is currently hiding like a little girl.
Nobody said being a billionaire was easy: Berezovsky has been the target of repeated assassination attempts, including a car bombing in '94. At the moment, he can't set foot back in Russia or he'll be arrested for fraud. Oh, and in 2004, a journalist who wrote lots of nasty things about Berezovsky for Forbes magazine (and whom Boris sued for libel) was brutally murdered in Moscow. Total coincidence.
In 2003 he changed his name to Platon Elenin, so as to sound less like a cartoon villian and more like a character from Pushkin.
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Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)
They scored 4% on Vileness, higher than 48% of your peers.
They scored 3% on Hardworkingness, higher than 20% of your peers.
They scored 10% on Cunning, higher than 62% of your peers.
They scored 6% on Net Worth, higher than 6% of your peers.
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