Jesse Gaddis has been a gambler since his grade school days in Indiana, when he shot craps and played poker in a pool hall. For much of his early adult life, he was a professional cardsharp on merchant marine ships and anywhere else he could get a game. In 1960, when he was 28 years old, Gaddis made his way to Fort Lauderdale, where he continued to wager, but on politicians rather than cards. And he has won big during the past 40 years, building his Yellow Cab Company into a dominant force that controls three-quarters of... More >>>