Wednesday 20 September 2017

John Dorrance III's wealth originates from a 10.5pc stake he inherited in the late 1990s in Campbell's Soup, the iconic American brand. His grandfather invented Campbell's formula for condensed soup, and his relatives are still the company's largest shareholders. The publicity-shy Dorrance moved to Ireland from his 18,000-acre ranch in Wyoming and the Irish government gave him a passport after he invested $1.5m in a tree-planting project. The low-profile billionaire, nicknamed ‘Ippy' Dorrance, owns a home in Dartry in Dublin 6.

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