Influential investor and philanthropist John Marks Templeton has died at age 95. The founder of Templeton Mutual Funds, one of the biggest investment funds in the world, died in the Bahamas, the Washington Post reports. In 1999, Money magazine called him "arguably the greatest global stock picker of the century." He also founded the prestigious Templeton Prize to honor research in the realm of religion and science.
"None of us know what's going to happen after we die, anymore than that caterpillar knows what's going to happen after he forms a pupa," he said in 1995, "but the caterpillar is born again into something more magnificent than a caterpillar could imagine, and so maybe you will be, too."