Entrepreneur and reality television star Bill Rancic has an estimated net worth of $5 million. Raised in a Chicago suburb, Rancic majored in criminal justice, intending to move on to law school. Despite graduating cum laude, Rancic never made it to law school, opening an online cigar business instead. In 2003, Rancic became one of the sixteen contestants to compete for a job position on the reality television series The Apprentice, hosted by billionaire business magnate Donald Trump. The Apprentice aired in 2004 and garnered a weekly average of 20.7 million viewers. Rancic won the highly coveted position of overseeing one of two Trump Organization's real estate projects, and chose to manage the construction of Trump Tower Chicago. As the position was clearly an apprenticeship, Rancic focused more on sales and marketing while Donald Trump Jr. continued to oversee the project, as he had been doing since the Tower's inception in 1999. Rancic stayed with the Trump Organization beyond the initial contract agreement of one year, and was able to renew his contract until 2007. He also served as a substitute judge on later Apprentice seasons. Rancic went on to co-host the relaunched TV talk show In the Loop with iVillage. After is demise, Rancic hosted reality show We Mean Business on A&E. Along with his wife, E! news anchor Giuliana Rancic, Rancic established reality and scripted television based production company, You and I Productions. Rancic can currently be seen on the reality television show Guliana and Bill.