The richest people in the USA America have much in common. Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Oracle founder Larry Ellison, did not graduate from college. And also, apparently, billionaires really love homes in Hawaii.
Let’s start with our list of the richest people in the USA America
Jim Walton: 51.6 billion
Starting from the bottom of the top 10, the first name you meet this year is Jim Walton. Samuel Robson Walton is the eldest heir to the Walmart fortune and served as the chairman of the company up until 2015.
Steve Ballmer: 51.7 billion
Another new feature this year is the presence in the top positions of Steve Ballmer, a former manager who took over as CEO of Microsoft between 2000 and 2014.
“Great companies in the way they work, start with great leaders.” – Steve Ballmer
Michael Bloomberg: 53.4 billion
77-year-old Michael Bloomberg, the former Republican mayor of New York, climbs two positions up.
“This is the city of dreamers and time and again it’s the place where the greatest dream of all, the American dream, has been tested and has triumphed.” – Michael Bloomberg
Sergey Brin: 53.5 billion
The co-founder of the most famous search engine in the world with assets of 53.5 billion dollars, which assures him this year the seventh step of the Forbes list.
“You always hear the phrase, money doesn’t buy you happiness. But I always in the back of my mind figured a lot of money will buy you a little bit of happiness. But it’s not really true. I got a new car because the old one’s lease expired.” – Sergey Brin
Larry Page: 55.5 billion
Speaking of Google, the “colleague” Larry Page, inventor of the algorithm that allowed the creation of the search engine, remains just above Bryn this year.
“If you’re changing the world, you’re working on important things. You’re excited to get up in the morning.” – Larry Page
Larry Ellison: 65 billion
Larry Ellison is the co-founder of the Oracle Corporation, and he was also the company’s CEO until September 2014. Larry Ellison also continues to occupy the top positions in the standings, remaining in fifth place, increasing his assets from 58.4 to 65 billion dollars.
“When you innovate, you’ve got to be prepared for everyone telling you you’re nuts.” – Larry Ellison
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Mark Zuckerberg: 69.6 billion
Mark Zuckerberg is the founder of Facebook, the most popular, and most valuable social media company ever created. Among fake news, scandals on bad data and government inquiries, Facebook has recently experienced some turbulence, the effects of which have also been felt in the pockets of its founder.
“I think a simple rule of business is, if you do the things that are easier first, then you can actually make a lot of progress.” – Mark Zuckerberg
Warren Buffett: 80.8 billion
Warren Buffett is an American entrepreneur and investor, and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. Buffett is the most successful investor worldwide, and millions of other traders look up to him because of his success, who has gone from 88.3 to 80.8 billion dollars, has fallen a lot while maintaining his third position.
“We simply attempt to be fearful when others are greedy and to be greedy only when others are fearful.” – Warren Buffett
Bill Gates: 106 billion
Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft and was the richest man in the world for several years running. Conversely, it leaps from 97 to 106 billion and remains in second place the just mentioned Bill Gates, who has occupied the top of the Forbes ranking for several years before leaving it in 2018.
“Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.” – Bill Gates
Jeff Bezos: 136 billion
Jeff Bezos is the founder of Amazon, one of the biggest and most popular companies on the web. Amazon started as a simple online bookstore in Jeff’s bedroom, and the initial sales were slow. Finally, of course, Jeff Bezos, that the undisputed rise of his Amazon had already projected for the first time last year at the top of the Forbes ranking. He is the richest people in the USA and also the richest person in the world
“There are two kinds of companies, those that work to try to charge more and those that work to charge less. We will be second.” – Jeff Bezos
The richest individuals in America give a great deal of cash to the things they care about like research planned for improving human life and improving disturbing diseases, for example, Alzheimer’s and malignant growth. Warren Buffett, Gates, Zuckerberg and Ellison made it one step forward and vowed to give their fortunes as a component of The Giving Pledge, an activity created by Buffett and Gates.