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  2. The ultimate cowboy STATE celebrates Boone Pickens Throughout his life, Oklahoma State’s Ultimate Cowboy, Boone Pickens remained loyal and true to his alma mater. Big dreams, big inspiration, big gifts — he offered them all to us. Check out our special edition of STATE magazine remembering and honoring our giant of generosity. State Magazine

  3. T. Boone Pickens (Author of The First Billion Is the Hardest)

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    T. Boone Pickens Average rating: 3.75 · 1,220 ratings · 106 reviews · 7 distinct works • Similar authors The First Billion Is the Hardest: How Believing It's Still Early in the Game Can Lead to Life's Greatest Comebacks

  4. T. Boone Pickens Foundation

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    The T. Boone Pickens Foundation, established in 2006, focuses its philanthropy on health and medical research, treatment and services; entrepreneurship; kids at risk; education and athletics, with a particular focus on his alma mater, Oklahoma State University; corporate health and fitness; and conservation and wildlife management.

  5. T. Boone Pickens, a Texas-Size Businessman, Calls It Quits

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    Late last year, T. Boone Pickens was back at it, drilling for oil. On his 65,000-acre ranch in the Texas Panhandle, an expanse full of wildflowers and rolling hills, Mr. Pickens, 89, had erected a ...

  6. Oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens dead at 91 - Yahoo!

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    T. Boone Pickens, the founder of Texas based Mesa Petroleum, waves after ringing the opening bell at the New York Mercantile Exchange on May 2, 2003. Pickens was in New York attending a symposium ...

  7. Remembering T. Boone Pickens, the “Aw-Shucks” Billionaire

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    When T. Boone Pickens graduated with a geology degree from Oklahoma State, in 1951, his father, Thomas Boone Pickens, told him that “a fool with a plan beats a genius with no plan every time.

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