Washington resident and Microsoft founder Bill Gates’ $80 billion net worth makes him the richest person in the country (and the world). The least rich individual on the map is Robert Gillam, founder of McKinley Capital, an Alaska-based institutional investment firm. But don’t feel too bad for him — he’s worth a cool $700 million.
Heirs to the Walmart empire dominate three states: Arkansas (Jim Walton, worth $35.7 billion), Texas (Alice Walton, worth $35.3 billion) and Wyoming (Christy Walton, worth $37.9 billion). Here’s to so-called upward mobility.
Movoto used wealth data from Forbes and Celebrity Net Worth to create the map.
- Bill Gates $76 billion Microsoft
- Carlos Slim $72 billion telecom
- Amancia Ortega $64 billion retail
- Warren Buffett $58.2 billion Berkshire Hathaway
- Larry Ellison $48 billion Oracle
- Charles Koch $40 billion diversified
- David Koch $40 billion diversified
- Sheldon Adelson $38 billion casinos
- Christy Walton $36.7 billion Wal Mart
- Jim Walton $34.7 billion Wal Mart
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You need at least $1.3 billion net worth to get into Steve Forbes Magazine.
A new study released Wednesday by Domo and CEO.com found that nearly 70% of Fortune 500 CEOs have no presence whatsoever on any major social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Google+. Of the 30% that choose to engage in social media, nearly all of them (28%) do so through LinkedIn. And while the number of CEOs utilizing the other three networks is small, it appears that Twitter is the only other social channel Fortune 500 CEOs are moving toward (albeit, slowly).
The Stampede is tens of thousands of Americans legally stamping messages on our Nation’s currency to #GetMoneyOut of Politics. As more and more stamped money spreads, so will the movement to amend the Constitution.
The Stampede was started by Ben Cohen, long time progressive activist and co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s.