Bill Gates Tops Forbes List Of 400 Richest Americans

Posted: Sep 23 2010, 3:53am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Bill Gates Tops Forbes List of 400 Richest Americans
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Bill Gates has retired from Microsoft two years ago. He is still the richest American.

Forbes unveiled their famous ranking of the richest Americans. The Forbes 400 Richest Americans is again led by Bill Gates with 54 billion. He is followed by investment guru Warren Buffett and on #3 is Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. If you wonder where Steve Jobs is, you need to browse down the list to #42. The Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are on the 11th place. Another Tech billionaire on the list is Michael Dell at rank #15 followed by current Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer at #16.

Amazon's Jeff Bezos can be found on #18 with $12.6 Billion and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is on #35 with $6.9 Billion.

See the full list of Forbes 400 Richest Americans on Forbes.

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