“The man who amassed a fortune selling luxury goods to tourists, and later launched private equity powerhouse General Atlantic, lives in an apartment in San Francisco that has the austerity of a freshman dorm room. When I visited a few years ago, inkjet-printed photos of friends and family hung from the walls over a plain, wooden table. On the table sat a small Lucite plaque that read:  ‘Congratulations to Chuck Feeney for $8 billion of philanthropic giving.'” Forbes: The Billionaire Who Wanted To Die Broke.