Forbes

$131 B Jeff Bezos (56) Amazon US
$96.5 B Bill Gates (64) Microsoft US
$82.5 B Warren Buffett (89) Berkshire Hathaway US
$76 B Bernard Arnault (70) LVMH France
$64 B Carlos Slim Helu (79) telecom Mexico
$62.7 B Amancio Ortega (83) Zara Spain
$62.5 B Larry Ellison (75) software US
$62.3 B Mark Zuckerberg (35) Facebook US
$55.5 B Michael Bloomberg (77) Bloomberg LP US
$50.8 B Larry Page (46) Google US
$50.5 B Charles Koch (84) Koch Industries US
$50.5 B David Koch (79) Koch Industries US
$50 B Mukesh Ambani (62) petrochemicals India
$49.8 B Sergey Brin (46) Google US
$49.3 B Francoise Bettencourt Meyers (66) L’Oreal France
$44.6 B Jim Walton (71) Walmart US
$44.4 B Alice Walton (70) Walmart US
$44.3 B Rob Walton (75) Walmart US
$41.2 B Steve Ballmer (63) Microsoft US
$38.8 B Ma Huateng (48) internet media China
 
$22.2 B Tadashi Yanai (70) fashion retail Japan
$21.6 B Masayoshi Son (62) internet, telecom Japan
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  1. shinichi says:

    The World’s Billionaires

    Forbes

    https://www.forbes.com/billionaires/list/;3/#version:static

    $131 B, Jeff Bezos (56), Amazon, US
    $96.5 B, Bill Gates (64), Microsoft, US
    $82.5 B, Warren Buffett (89), Berkshire Hathaway, US
    $76 B, Bernard Arnault (70), LVMH, France
    $64 B, Carlos Slim Helu (79), telecom, Mexico
    $62.7 B, Amancio Ortega (83), Zara, Spain
    $62.5 B, Larry Ellison (75), software, US
    $62.3 B, Mark Zuckerberg (35), Facebook, US
    $55.5 B, Michael Bloomberg (77), Bloomberg LP, US
    $50.8 B, Larry Page (46), Google, US
    $50.5 B, Charles Koch (84), Koch Industries, US
    $50.5 B, David Koch (79), Koch Industries, US
    $50 B, Mukesh Ambani (62), petrochemicals, oil & gas, India
    $49.8 B, Sergey Brin (46), Google, US
    $49.3 B, Francoise Bettencourt Meyers (66), L’Oreal, France
    $44.6 B, Jim Walton (71), Walmart, US
    $44.4 B, Alice Walton (70), Walmart, US
    $44.3 B, Rob Walton (75), Walmart, US
    $41.2 B, Steve Ballmer (63), Microsoft, US
    $38.8 B, Ma Huateng (48), internet media, China
    $37.3 B, Jack Ma (55), e-commerce, China
    $36.2 B, Hui Ka Yan (61), real estate, China
    $36.1 B, Beate Heister & Karl Albrecht Jr., supermarkets, Germany
    $35.1 B, Sheldon Adelson (86), casinos, US
    $34.3 B, Michael Dell (54), Dell computers, US
    $33.4 B, Phil Knight (81), Nike, US
    $32.5 B, David Thomson (62), media, Canada
    $31.7 B, Li Ka-shing (91), diversified, Hong Kong
    $30.1 B, Lee Shau Kee (91), real estate, Hong Kong
    $29.7 B, François Pinault (83), luxury goods, France
    $25.2 B, Joseph Safra (81), banking, Brazil
    $24 B, Leonid Mikhelson (64), gas, chemicals, Russia
    $23.9 B, Jacqueline Mars (80), candy, pet food, US
    $23.9 B, John Mars (84), candy, pet food, US
    $22.8 B, Jorge Paulo Lemann (80), beer, Brazil
    $22.6 B, Azim Premji (74), software services, India
    $22.6 B, Dieter Schwarz (80), retail, Germany
    $22.6 B, Wang Jianlin (65), real estate, China
    $22.4 B, Giovanni Ferrero (55), Nutella, chocolates, Italy
    $22.3 B, Elon Musk (48), Tesla Motors, US
    $22.2 B, Tadashi Yanai (70), fashion retail, Japan
    $22.1 B, Yang Huiyan (38), real estate, China
    $21.6 B, Masayoshi Son (62), internet, telecom, Japan
    $21.5 B, Jim Simons (81), hedge funds, US
    $21.3 B, Vladimir Lisin (63), steel, transport, Russia
    $21 B, Susanne Klatten (57), BMW, pharmaceuticals, Germany
    $20.7 B, Vagit Alekperov (69), oil, Russia
    $20.5 B, Alexey Mordashov (54), steel, investments, Russia
    $20.1 B, Gennady Timchenko (67), oil, gas, Russia
    $19.8 B, Leonardo Del Vecchio (84), eyeglasses, Italy

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