An electronic shares price board is seen at the Stock Exchange in Bangkok on Sept. 30. Thai share prices opened 4.27 percent lower amid global financial turbulence after US lawmakers rejected a proposed financial bailout plan. (Getty Images)
Twenty years ago the Dubai-based business tycoon watched his parents flee the Rwanda genocide having lost everything — again. Today, the company he started to help get his family back on their feet is a monstrous conglomerate in 22 African countries.