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Thursday, 23rd September 2010

Lists & Rankings: Forbes 400, 2010 (Richest People in America) Now Available

Here's some of what you'll find on the Forbes web site. Many more resources including videos here.

+ The Complete List
Filter by Industry and/or State. Click on any name for a profile including age; education; and wealth over time (graph).

Top 12:

1. Bill Gates
2. Warren Buffet
3. Larry Ellison
4. Christy Walton
5. Charles Koch
5. David Koch
7. Jim Walton
8. Alice Walton
9. S. Robson Walton
10. Michael Bloomberg
11. Larry Page
12. Sergey Brin

+ Slideshow: Newcomers to the Forbes 400

+ Slideshow: America's Youngest Billionaires
Dustin Moskovitz (Facebook); Mark Zuckerberg; Eduardo Saverin (Facebook); Sergey Brin; Larry Page; Jerry Yang; and David Filo

+ Slideshow: Billionaires in the Making

The list includes Jerry Bruckheimer; Jerry Seinfeld; James Cameron; Michael Jordan; Jay-Z; Tyler Perry; and Craig Newmark

+ Video: Celebrity Billionaires

+ Methodology

Others Of Note:

16. Steve Ballmer

18. Jeff Bezos

35. Mark Zuckerberg***

38. Rupert Murdoch

42. Steve Jobs

48. Eric Schmidt

97. George Lucas

101. Steven Spielberg

332. Barry Diller

356. Jerry Yang

356. David Filo

See Also: Forbes 400, 2009, Forbes 400, 2008, and Forbes 400, 2007.

*** On a Related Note: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Donates $100 Million To Fix Newark New Jersey Public Schools (via Business Insider)


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