Philip Anschutz (Businessperson. Presbyterian)

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Sub-subject: Philip Anschutz (Businessperson and Philanthropist. Presbyterian). Syllabus:

  1. Philip Anschutz (US businessperson and philanthropist)
  2. Circle Petroleum Drilling Company
  3. Anschutz Foundation
Sub-subject “Philip Anschutz (Presbyterian)” is studied…
  1. Doctorates (DIB): DIB Ethics, Religion, and Business, DIB America
  2. Masters: International Business (MIB), America, and Pacific

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Sample of the Sub-subject: Philip Anschutz Businessperson and Philanthropist Presbyterian:
Philip Anschutz Presbyterian

Sub-Subject Description: The US businessperson Philip Anschutz (Presbyterian):

  1. The businessperson, philanthropist, and billionaire Philip Anschutz (1939) is a member of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (Protestantism) and is considered a conservative Christian.
  2. He has been an active sponsor of some religious and conservative causes.
  3. Philip Anschutz is the 38th richest person in the United States (10,000 million dollars in 2013).
  4. Anschutz bought his father's petroleum drilling company “Circle A Drilling” in 1961, and earned large profits, which the shares invested in property (real estate) and railroads.
  5. Later he began to invest in entertainment companies, Anschutz co-founded the Major League Soccer and bought shares of several teams (Los Angeles Galaxy, Chicago Fire)
  6. Anschutz owns stakes of the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Kings.
  7. Anschutz also invests in family films such as “The Chronicles of Narnia.”
  8. In early 1980, the Anschutz Ranch, with its one billion barrels of petroleum barrels, became the largest petroleum discovery in the United States.
  9. He sold half of its stake to Mobil petroleum for 500 million dollars in 1982.


  1. The Anschutz Foundation, founded in 1964, offers a wide variety of community services, cultural, and artistic, as well as health facilities.

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