Forbes Publishes Richest Billionaire List 2020

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1. Jeff Bezos – $113 Billion Net Worth

Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos, the founder of e-commerce colossus Amazon, we all know it and use it. The man founded Amazon in 1994 from his garage in Seattle, United States. He is the CEO of Amazon and has around 11.2% stake.


2. Bill Gates – $98 Billion Net Worth

Bill Gates

Bill Gates is holding is spot as the second richest person globally. He, along with his wife Melinda together, chairs the Gates Foundation, which is the largest private charitable foundation globally. According to the statement released by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in February 2020, they would spend over $100 million to curb the novel coronavirus.


3. Bernard Arnault & Family – $76 Billion Net Worth

Bernard Arnault handles an empire of more than 70 world-class brands, including Louis Vuitton and Sephora. Recently, he got a deal to purchase Tiffany & Co, an Americal jeweler for $16.2 billion, said to be one of the most significant acquisitions of a luxury brand.


4. Warren Buffett – $67.5 Billion Net Worth

Richest Billionaire List 2020

We know this man as an “Oracle of Omaha” who is one of the most successful investors of our time. He runs Berkshire Hathaway and owns more than 60 companies like Geico, Duracell, Dairy Queen.


5. Larry Ellison – $59 Billion Net Worth

Richest Billionaire List 2020

Larry Ellison, he co-founded of the software firm Oracle, in the year 1977. The company has extinguished the growing demand for customer relationship management databases. Later in 2014, he gave up his role as CEO in the Oracle but still attends as the chairman of board and CTO. 


6. Amancio Ortega – $55.1 Billion Net Worth

Richest Billionaire List 2020

He is one of the richest in Europe and the wealthiest in the world as a clothing retailer. Amancio Ortega is a pioneer in fast fashion for co-founding Inditex. However, he is well known for a fashion chain Zara; he started with his ex-wife Rosalia Mera, whom he divorced in 2013. 


7. Mark Zuckerberg – $54.7 Billion Net Worth

Richest Billionaire List 2020

We all know Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook. This social media platform is currently our go-to contact tool amid the coronavirus lockdown. His philanthropic and advocacy arm recently declared that they would assist in quadruplicate the testing capacity of the COVID-19 in the Bay Area.


8. Jim Walton – $54.6 Billion Net Worth

Richest Billionaire List 2020

Jim Walton, the most youthful son of Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart. In June 2019, he gave up $1.2 Billion in Walmart stock, but due to his approximate 44% stake in Arvest Bank, he is the wealthiest Walton.


9. Alice Walton – $54.4 Billion Net Worth

Richest Billionaire List 2020

Alice Walton, who is the only heiress of Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart. Unlike her brothers, Rob and Jim, who are working for Walmart, she is more focused on curating art. 


10. Rob Walton – $54.1 Billion Net Worth

Rob Walton

Rob Walton, the eldest son of Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart. He took the position of the chairman of Walmart’s after the death of his father in the year 1992. 

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