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  1. Dr. Dre   $620 million
  2. Jay Z   $60 million
  3. Diddy  $60 million
  4. Drake  $33 million
  5. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis $32 million
  6. Kanye West $30 million
  7. Birdman $24 million
  8. Lil Wayne $23 million
  9. Pharrell  $22 million
  10. Eminem $18 million
  11. Nicki Minaj $14 million
  12. Wiz Khalifa $13 million
  13. Pitbull  $12 million
  14. Snoop Dogg $10 million
  15. Kendrick Lamar  $9 million
  16. Ludacris, Swizz Beatz, 50 Cent, Tech N9ne  $8 million
  17. Rick Ross, J. Cole, DJ Khaled, Lil Jon, Mac Miller  $7 million

source: Forbes

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Name  / Net Worth / Source of Wealth
  1. Bill Gates  $76 billion   Microsoft
  2. Carlos Slim  $72 billion  telecom
  3. Amancia Ortega  $64 billion  retail
  4. Warren Buffett  $58.2 billion  Berkshire Hathaway
  5. Larry Ellison  $48 billion  Oracle
  6. Charles Koch  $40 billion  diversified
  7. David Koch  $40 billion   diversified
  8. Sheldon Adelson  $38 billion  casinos
  9. Christy Walton  $36.7 billion  Wal Mart
  10. Jim Walton $34.7 billion  Wal Mart

source: Forbes

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Forbes released its 2013 list of the most miserable cities in the United States of America. Forbes cites Detroit’s high unemployment, violent crimes, shrinking population, and its financial crisis as reasons for giving the city the title.

Here are the United States’ 20 Most Miserable Cities of 2013:
Detroit, Michigan
Flint, Michigan
Rockford, Illinois
Chicago, Illinois
Modesto, California
Vallejo, California
Warren, Michigan
Stockton, California
Lake County, Illinois
New York City, New York
Toledo, Ohio
St. Louis, Missouri
Camden, New Jersey
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlanta, Georgia
Cleveland, Ohio
Poughkeepsie, New York
Gary, Indiana
Youngstown, Ohio

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