What you need to know about the world’s top dogs in finance

By now, you’ve probably seen a photo of the top dogs of the world on Instagram.

And now, Forbes has compiled their top 10 dog-of-the-week list, featuring the names of 12 of the biggest investors, analysts, and billionaires in the world. 

We’ve compiled the top 10 of these names in a sort of “dog-of the week” format.

So take a look at these names and then vote for your favorite in the poll.

And for all the dogs, there are plenty of other dogs, too.

So if you want to dig deeper into the data, you can read the full story at Forbes.com.

If you want more of our dog stories, you’ll love our dogs of summer, which will be out on June 25.

And if you’re looking for the best dog pictures of the year, check out our slideshow of the best of the season. 

But if you just want to see a short-list of dogs to watch for in 2017, we’ve included some dog stories from our most recent dog-and-puppy roundup, which we’re celebrating with the first of two short-lists of dog stories we’ll be running through our dog-themed dog-related series for the coming months.

And we’ll also be releasing an in-depth look at dog-like attributes, and how to figure out what your dog is looking for in a potential owner. 

In other words, you’re going to be seeing some interesting dog stories over the coming year.

So let’s get to it. 1. 

David Einhorn is a dog who knows his way around a house.


Mark Cuban’s dog is a little like an angel.


Raphael is a good listener, but not necessarily a dog person.


Cameron, the dog who can make you cry.


Lionel Messi’s dogs are like a couple of siblings.


Alex Rodriguez’s dogs will make you laugh, but they’ll also make you think.


Michael Kors’ dogs are also the best at getting into your head.


Kevin Spacey’s dog, Boo, has a secret.


Ryan Braun’s dogs can be the most mischievous of the bunch.


The most powerful dogs are the ones who get along with the least.