World Top 10 richest billionaires in 2020

World Top 10 richest billionaires in 2020


Every year, the list of the World Top 10 richest men is released. This list includes those who are earning the most in the world. Here you will be told about 10 such people who are enshrined in the world through their success and their earnings.

Both Bloomberg and Forbes have topped Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos no 1 richest person in 
world. Forbes reported Bezos' wealth at $ 112 billion. At the same time, before that this magnificent record was named after Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Not only this, he gets most of Bezos' assets from the 7.89 crore shares of Amazon held by him.

However, these world's richest people all have certain things in common: legendary work ethics, breakthrough ideas, and absolute commitment to their companies. Still hey work hard after above age of 50 and inspire and motivate other also.  

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Quick snap about world's richest men, you can also explore more about them by referring below mention article.
Rank
Name
Net Worth
Age
Country
Platform
Industry
1
JEFF BEZOS
$113 B
56
United States
Amazon
Technology
2
BILL GATES
$98 B
64
United States
Microsoft
Technology
3
BERNARD ARNAULT & FAMILY
$76 B
71
France
LVMH
Fashion & Retail
4
WARREN BUFFETT
$67.5 B
89
United States
Berkshire Hathaway
Finance & Investments
5
LARRY ELLISON
$59 B
75
United States
software
Technology
6
AMANCIO ORTEGA
$55.1 B
84
Spain
Zara
Fashion & Retail
7
MARK ZUCKERBERG
$54.7 B
35
United States
Facebook
Technology
8
JIM WALTON
$54.6 B
71
United States
Walmart
Fashion & Retail
9
ALICE WALTON
$54.4 B
70
United States
Walmart
Fashion & Retail
10
ROB WALTON
$54.1 B
75
United States
Walmart
Fashion & Retail

Jeff Bezos - U.S.

Jeff Bezos after transferring 1 / 4 of his Amazon stake to his ex-wife MacKenzie last year still richest man in the world.

Jeff Bezos founded e-commerce platform that is well known Amazon in 1994 out of his garage in Seattle.

Even during the pandemic between march and April 20 , Amazon  add 175,000 additional employee.

Recently he confirm to donate  $100 million to Feed America, that operates food banks and food pantries across the country.

Amazon has faced criticism from U.S. senators and therefore the general public for its treatment of warehouse workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

He divorced his wife MacKenzie in 2019 after 25 years of marriage and transferred 1 / 4 of his Amazon stake to her.
In 2019, Amazon notched $280.5 billion in revenues and a record $11.5 billion in net income .
Bezos owns The Washington Post and Blue Origin, an aerospace company that's developing rockets for commercial use.


Bill Gates - U.S.

Bill Gates, 64, was worth $98 billion on March 18, consistent with Forbes. Gates and his wife Melinda chair the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which is that the largest private charitable foundation within the world, Forbes reported.

With his wife Melinda, Gates chairs the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the world's largest private charitable foundation.

In May 2020, the Gates Foundation said it might spend $300 million to fight the coronavirus pandemic, funding treatment, detection and vaccines.

Gates has sold or given away much of his stake in Microsoft -- he owns just over 1% of shares -- and invested during a mixture of stocks and other assets.

In mid-March 2020, Gates stepped down as a member of Microsoft, the software firm he founded with Paul Allen (d. 2018) in 1975.

The foundation works to enhance global health and to make civil right for people round the globe.

Recently Gates has donated $35.8 billion worth of Microsoft stock to the Gates Foundation.


Bernard Arnault & Family - France

Arnault and his family own luxury goods company LVMH, which includes famous brand like Louis Vuitton and Sephora. After acquiring Tiffany & Co. for $16.2 billion, consider as most important luxury brand.

In November 2019, LVMH struck a deal to buy American jeweler Tiffany & Co for $16.2 billion, believed to be the biggest luxury brand acquisition ever.

LVMH spent $3.2 billion in 2019 for luxury hospitality group, Belmond, which owns or manages 46 hotels, trains and river cruises.

His father made alittle fortune in construction; Arnault got his start by putting up $15 million from that business to shop for Dior in 1985.

Four of Arnault's five children add corners of the LVMH empire: Frédéric, Delphine, Antoine and Alexandre.


Warren Buffett - U.S.

Buffett is one of the successful investors of all time, he runs Berkshire Hathaway, which owns quite 60 companies including insurer Geico, battery maker Duracell and chain Dairy Queen.

Known as the "Oracle of Omaha," Warren Buffett is one among the foremost successful investors of all time.


He's promised to offer away over 99% of his fortune. In 2019 he donated $3.6 billion, much of it to the inspiration of friends Bill and Melinda Gates.

In 2010, he and Gates launched the Giving Pledge, asking billionaires to plan to donating half their wealth to charitable causes.

Larry Ellison - U.S.

Oracle, a software company founded by Larry in 1977 well known for their database system,

Oracle has grown partially through steady acquisitions of software companies, the most important of which was $9.3 billion for Netsuite in 2016.

In 2012, Ellison spent $300 million to shop for nearly all of Hawaiian island Lanai; thus far, he has built a hydroponic farm and a luxury spa there.


Amancio Ortega - Spain

Amancio Ortega, 84, was the wealthiest clothing retailer within the world on March 18, with a net worth of $55.1 billion, consistent with Forbes. In 1975 he and his ex-wife Rosalia Mera founded Inditex, which is best known for the style chain Zara,

Amancio Ortega is one among 
the richest men in Europe, and therefore the wealthiest clothing retailer within the world.

A pioneer in fast fashion, he cofounded Inditex, known for its Zara fashion chain, together with his ex-wife Rosalia Mera (d. 2013) in 1975.

He owns about 60% of Madrid-listed Inditex, which has 8 brands, including Massimo Dutti and Pull & Bear, and 7,500 stores round the world.

Ortega typically earns more than $400 million in dividends a year.

He has invested his dividends primarily into land in Madrid, Barcelona, London, Chicago, Miami and ny .

Mark Zuckerberg - U.S.
Facebook recent investment in jio, a telecom giant to enhance his foot print other sector by acquiring there user base.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, his philanthropic and advocacy arm, announced it might help quadruple the Bay Area's COVID-19 testing capacity.

Zuckerberg started Facebook at Harvard in 2004 at the age of 19 for college kids 
to match names with photos of classmates.


In December 2015, Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, pledged to offer away 99% of their Facebook stake over their lifetimes.

Jim Walton - U.S.

Jim Walton is that the youngest son of Walmart founder Sam Walton.

He gave away $1.2 billion in Walmart stock in June 2019, but remains the richest Walton in part thanks to an estimated 44% stake in Arvest Bank.

Jim sat on Walmart's board for more than a decade before yielding the seat to his son, Steuart, in June 2016.

Collectively, he and other heirs of Sam Walton own about half of Walmart's stock.

Jim and sister Alice are spearheading a program that will issue $300 million in bonds to help charter schools invest in facilities.


Alice Walton - U.S.

Alice Walton is that the 
only daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton.

She has focused on curating art, instead of working for Walmart like her siblings, Rob and Jim.


In 2011 she opened the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in her hometown, Bentonville, Arkansas.

Crystal Bridges features works from the likes of Andy Warhol, Norman Rockwell and Mark Rothko.

She and brother Jim are spearheading a program that will issue $300 million in bonds to help charter schools invest in facilities.

Rob Walton - U.S.

Walton is the eldest son of the founder of Walmart, Sam Walton, and served as the chairman of the company from 1992 until 2015.

Rob Walton is that the eldest son of Walmart founder Sam Walton.

Walton retired as chairman in June 2015 and was replaced by his son-in-law, Greg Penner. He still sits on Walmart's board.

He and other heirs of Sam Walton collectively own about half Walmart's stock.

After a deadly mass shooting at one of its stores, Walmart said in September 2019 it would limit ammunition sales and discourage 'open carry' of guns.



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