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The billionaire executive oversees a corporate empire with assets across TV (Kanal D, tv2, CNN Turk) and publishing (leading Turkish daily Hurriyet) as well as in the energy, retail, real estate, tourism and financial sectors.
Educated at Stanford, Faralyali spent 15 years abroad, including time as a consultant in New York advising Europe's leading media and technology firms on handling TV startups and international acquisitions -- including Hurriyet's $500 million takeover of Trader Media East in 2007 -- before returning to Turkey in 2010 to run, with her four sisters, the company her father, Aydin Dogan, founded in 1980.
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