Forbes magazine list of 400 richest Americans

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The 400 richest Americans, including U.S. citizens now living abroad, as compiled by Forbes magazine. Following each name is the person's age, net worth, hometown and source of wealth.

Where more than one name is listed under a number, there is a tie.

1. William Gates III, 51, $59 billion, Medina, Wash., Microsoft

2. Warren Buffett, 77, $52 billion, Omaha, Neb., Berkshire Hathaway

3. Sheldon Adelson, 74, $28 billion, Las Vegas, casinos, hotels

4. Lawrence Ellison, 63, $26 billion, Redwood City, Calif., Oracle

5. Sergey Brin, 34, $18.5 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., Google

5. Larry Page, 34, $18.5 billion, San Francisco, Google

7. Kirk Kerkorian, 90, $18 billion, Los Angeles, investments, casinos

8. Michael Dell, 42, $17.2 billion, Austin, Texas, Dell

9. Charles Koch, 71, $17 billion, Wichita, Kan., oil, commodities

9. David Koch, 67, $17 billion, New York, oil, commodities

11. Paul Allen, 54, $16.8 billion, Mercer Island, Wash., Microsoft, investments

12. Christy Walton and family, 52, $16.3 billion, Jackson, Wyo., Wal-Mart inheritance

12. Jim Walton, 59, $16.3 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart

12. S. Robson Walton, 63, $16.3 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart

15. Alice Walton, 58, $16.1 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, Wal-Mart

16. Steven Ballmer, 51, $15.2 billion, Hunts Point, Wash., Microsoft

17. Abigail Johnson, 45, $15 billion, Boston, Fidelity

18. Carl Icahn, 71, $14.5 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

19. Forrest Mars Jr., 76, $14 billion, McLean, Va., candy, pet food

19. Jacqueline Mars, 67, $14 billion, Bedminster, N.J., candy, pet food

19. John Mars, 71, $14 billion, Arlington, Va., candy, pet food

19. Jack Taylor and family, 85, $14 billion, St. Louis, Enterprise Rent-A-Car

23. Donald Bren, 75, $13 billion, Newport Beach, Calif., real estate

24. Anne Cox Chambers, 87, $12.6 billion, Atlanta, Cox Enterprises

25. Michael Bloomberg, 65, $11.5 billion, New York, Bloomberg

26. George Kaiser, 65, $11 billion, Tulsa, Okla., oil and gas, banking

27. Charles Ergen, 54, $10.2 billion, Denver, EchoStar

28. Edward Johnson III, 77, $10 billion, Boston, Fidelity

28. Ronald Perelman, 64, $10 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

30. Philip Knight, 69, $9.8 billion, Beaverton, Ore., Nike

31. John Kluge, 93, $9.5 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., Metromedia

32. Pierre Omidyar, 40, $8.9 billion, Henderson, Nev., eBay

33. Rupert Murdoch, 76, $8.8 billion, New York, News Corp.

33. George Soros, 77, $8.8 billion, Westchester, N.Y., hedge funds

35. Jeffrey Bezos, 43, $8.7 billion, Seattle, Amazon.com

35. James Goodnight, 64, $8.7 billion, Cary, N.C., SAS Institute

37. Donald Newhouse, 77, $8.5 billion, Somerset County, N.J., publishing

37. Samuel Newhouse Jr., 79, $8.5 billion, New York, publishing

39. Dan Duncan, 74, $8.2 billion, Houston, energy

40. Stephen Schwarzman, 60, $7.8 billion, New York, investments

41. Philip Anschutz, 67, $7.6 billion, Denver, investments

41. Sumner Redstone, 84, $7.6 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., Viacom

43. Harold Simmons, 76, $7.4 billion, Dallas, investments

44. John Menard Jr., 67, $7.3 billion, Eau Claire, Wis., home improvement stores

45. Leonard Blavatnik, 50, $7.2 billion, New York, Access Industries

46. Eli Broad, 74, $7 billion, Los Angeles, investments

47. Steven Cohen, 51, $6.8 billion, Greenwich, Conn., hedge funds

48. Eric Schmidt, 52, $6.5 billion, Atherton, Calif., Google

49. Robert Rowling, 54, $6.4 billion, Dallas, oil and gas, investments

50. James Kennedy, 59, $6.3 billion, Atlanta, Cox Enterprises

50. Blair Parry-Okedon, 56, $6.3 billion, Australia, Cox Enterprises

52. David Geffen, 64, $6 billion, Malibu, Calif., movies, music

52. Charles Johnson, 74, $6 billion, San Mateo, Calif., Franklin Resources

52. Samuel Zell, 66, $6 billion, Chicago, real estate, private equity

55. Micky Arison, 58, $5.8 billion, Bal Harbour, Fla., Carnival Cruises

56. Steven Jobs, 52, $5.7 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., Apple Computer, Pixar

57. Robert Bass, 59, $5.5 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, oil, investments

57. Henry Kravis, 63, $5.5 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

57. George Roberts, 64, $5.5 billion, San Francisco, leveraged buyouts

57. Charles Schwab, 70, $5.5 billion, Atherton, Calif., discount stock brokerage

57. James Simons, 69, $5.5 billion, East Setauket, N.Y., hedge funds

62. Rupert Johnson Jr., 66, $5.2 billion, San Mateo, Calif., Franklin Resources

63. Robert Holding, 80, $5 billion, Sun Valley, Idaho, energy, resorts, ranching

64. Min Kao, 58, $4.7 billion, Mission Hills, Kan., navigation equipment

64. Ralph Lauren, 67, $4.7 billion, New York, fashion

64. Patrick McGovern, 70, $4.7 billion, Hollis, N.H., Idaho, IDG

64. David Murdock, 84, $4.7 billion, Los Angeles, investments

68. William Cook, 76, $4.5 billion, Bloomington, Ind., medical devices

68. Lester Crown and family, 82, $4.5 billion, Wilmette, Ill., investments

68. William Davidson, 84, $4.5 billion, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., glass

68. Edward Lampert, 45, $4.5 billion, Greenwich, Conn., investments

68. Paul Milstein and family, 85, $4.5 billion, New York, Emigrant Bank, real estate

68. Gordon Moore, 78, $4.5 billion, Woodside, Calif., Intel

68. Stephen Ross, 67, $4.5 billion, New York, real estate

68. James Sorenson, 86, $4.5 billion, Salt Lake City, medical devices, real estate

76. Henry Ross Perot, 77, $4.4 billion, Dallas, computer services, real estate

76. John Sall, 58, $4.4 billion, Cary, N.C., SAS Institute

78. Joan Tisch, 81, $4.2 billion, New York, Loews

79. Leonard Stern, 69, $4.1 billion, New York, real estate

79. Steven Udvar-Hazy, 61, $4.1 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., International Lease Finance

79. Ty Warner, 63, $4.1 billion, Chicago, Beanie Babies

82. Leon Black, 56, $4 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

82. Ray Dalio, 58, $4 billion, Greenwich, Conn., hedge funds

82. Ray Hunt, 64, $4 billion, Dallas, oil, real estate

82. Herbert Kohler and family, 68, $4 billion, Kohler, Wis., plumbing fixtures

86. George Lucas, 63, $3.9 billion, Marin County, Calif., Star Wars

86. Stephen Wynn, 65, $3.9 billion, Las Vegas, casinos, hotels

88. Bradley Hughes, 74, $3.7 billion, Malibu, Calif., Public Storage

89. Richard DeVos, 81, $3.6 billion, Ada, Mich., Alticor

89. John Simplot and family, 98, $3.6 billion, Boise, Idaho, potatoes, microchips

91. Riley Bechtel, 55, $3.5 billion, San Francisco, engineering, construction

91. Stephen Bechtel Jr., 82, $3.5 billion, San Francisco, engineering, construction

91. Ronald Burkle, 54, $3.5 billion, Los Angeles, supermarkets, investments

91. Stanley Druckenmiller, 54, $3.5 billion, New York, hedge funds

91. Kenneth Hendricks, 66, $3.5 billion, Afton, Wis., building supplies

91. Bruce Kovner, 62, $3.5 billion, New York, hedge funds

91. Richard Rainwater, 63, $3.5 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, real estate, energy, insurance

91. Ira Rennert, 73, $3.5 billion, New York, investments

91. Daniel Ziff, 35, $3.5 billion, New York, inheritance, hedge funds

91. Dirk Ziff, 43, $3.5 billion, New York, inheritance, hedge funds

91. Robert Ziff, 41, $3.5 billion, New York, inheritance, hedge funds

102. Haim Saban, 62, $3.4 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., television

102. Richard Schulze, 66, $3.4 billion, Edina, Minn., Best Buy

102. Dennis Washington, 73, $3.4 billion, Missoula, Mont., construction, mining

105. David Bonderman, 64, $3.3 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, leveraged buyouts

105. Matthew Bucksbaum and family, 81, $3.3 billion, Chicago, real estate

105. Paul Tudor Jones II, 53, $3.3 billion, Greenwich, Conn., hedge funds

108. Edgar Bronfman Sr., 78, $3.2 billion, New York, liquor

108. Charles Dolan and family, 80, $3.2 billion, Oyster Bay, N.Y., Cablevision Systems

108. Harold Hamm, 61, $3.2 billion, Oklahoma City, Continental Resources

108. Peter Kellogg, 65, $3.2 billion, Short Hills, N.J., investments

108. Leonard Lauder, 74, $3.2 billion, New York, Estee Lauder

108. Ronald Lauder, 63, $3.2 billion, New York, Estee Lauder

114. Gary Burrell, 70, $3.1 billion, Stilwell, Kan., navigation equipment

114. A. Jerrold Perenchio, 76, $3.1 billion, Bel Air, Calif., Univision

114. Carl Pohlad, 92, $3.1 billion, Minneapolis, banking

117. Lee Bass, 51, $3 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, oil, investments

117. Sid Bass, 64, $3 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, oil, investments

117. Kenneth Griffin, 38, $3 billion, Chicago, hedge funds

117. Henry Hillman, 88, $3 billion, Pittsburgh, industrialist

117. Richard LeFrak and family, 62, $3 billion, New York, real estate

117. T. Boone Pickens, 79, $3 billion, Dallas, oil and gas, investments

117. Thomas Pritzker, 57, $3 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

117. Mitchell Rales, 51, $3 billion, Washington, Danaher Corp.

117. Donald Schneider, 71, $3 billion, Green Bay, Wis., trucking

117. John Sobrato and family, 68, $3 billion, Atherton, Calif., real estate

117. Patrick Soon-Shiong, 55, $3 billion, Los Angeles, generic drugs

117. Steven Spielberg, 60, $3 billion, Pacific Palisades, Calif., movies

117. Donald Trump, 61, $3 billion, New York, real estate

130. Victor Fung, 61, $2.9 billion, Hong Kong, distribution

130. Richard Kinder, 63, $2.9 billion, Houston, pipelines

130. Melvin Simon, 80, $2.9 billion, Indianapolis, real estate

130. Clemmie Spangler Jr., 75, $2.9 billion, Charlotte, N.C., investments

130. Ronda Stryker, 53, $2.9 billion, Kalamazoo, Mich., Stryker Corp.

135. James Coulter, 47, $2.8 billion, San Francisco, leveraged buyouts

135. Maurice Greenberg, 82, $2.8 billion, New York, American International Group

135. Amos Hostetter Jr., 70, $2.8 billion, Boston, cable television

135. Pauline MacMillan Keinath, 75, $2.8 billion, St. Louis, inheritance

135. Cargill MacMillan Jr., 80, $2.8 billion, Wayzata, Minn., inheritance

135. John MacMillan III, 79, $2.8 billion, Hillsboro Beach, Fla., inheritance

135. Whitney MacMillan, 78, $2.8 billion, Minneapolis, inheritance

135. Craig McCaw, 58, $2.8 billion, Seattle, McCaw Cellular

135. George Mitchell, 88, $2.8 billion, The Woodlands, Texas, Mitchell Energy

135. Marion MacMillan Pictet, 75, $2.8 billion, Hamilton, Bermuda, inheritance

135. Penny Pritzker, 48, $2.8 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

135. Steven Rales, 56, $2.8 billion, Washington, Danaher Corp.

135. T. Denny Sanford, 71, $2.8 billion, Sioux Falls, S.D., banking, credit cards

135. Leslie Wexner, 70, $2.8 billion, New Albany, Ohio, Limited Brands

149. Ray Dolby, 74, $2.7 billion, San Francisco, Dolby Laboratories

149. Barbara Piasecka Johnson, 70, $2.7 billion, Monte Carlo, Monaco, inheritance

149. Roger Penske, 70, $2.7 billion, Birmingham, Mich., cars

149. Anthony Pritzker, 46, $2.7 billion, Los Angeles, hotels, investments

149. Daniel Pritzker, 48, $2.7 billion, Marin County, Calif., hotels, investments

149. James Pritzker, 56, $2.7 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

149. Jay Robert (JB) Pritzker, 42, $2.7 billion, Evanston, Ill., hotels, investments

149. Jean (Gigi) Pritzker, 45, $2.7 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

149. Karen Pritzker, 49, $2.7 billion, New Haven, Conn., hotels, investments

149. Linda Pritzker, 53, $2.7 billion, St. Ignatius, Mont., hotels, investments

149. David Rockefeller Sr., 92, $2.7 billion, New York, Standard Oil, banking

149. Glen Taylor, 66, $2.7 billion, Mankato, Minn., printing

161. Mark Cuban, 49, $2.6 billion, Dallas, Broadcast.com

161. John Pritzker, 54, $2.6 billion, San Francisco, hotels, investments

161. J. Joseph Ricketts and family, 66, $2.6 billion, Omaha, Neb., TD Ameritrade

161. Wilma Tisch, 80, $2.6 billion, New York, Loews

165. Leonore Annenberg, 89, $2.5 billion, Wynnewood, Pa., publishing

165. Edward Bass, 62, $2.5 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, oil, investments

165. Charles Brandes, 64, $2.5 billion, San Diego, money management

165. William Conway Jr., 58, $2.5 billion, McLean, Va., leveraged buyouts

165. Daniel D'Aniello, 61, $2.5 billion, Vienna, Va., leveraged buyouts

165. Jim Davis and family, 64, $2.5 billion, Newton, Mass., New Balance Athletic Shoe

165. Malcolm Glazer and family, 79, $2.5 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., sports teams, real estate

165. David Gottesman, 81, $2.5 billion, Rye, N.Y., investments

165. H. Wayne Huizenga, 69, $2.5 billion, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., investments

165. Ann Walton Kroenke, 57, $2.5 billion, Columbia, Mo., Wal-Mart

165. Theodore Lerner, 81, $2.5 billion, Chevy Chase, Md., real estate

165. Mary Alice Dorrance Malone, 57, $2.5 billion, Coatesville, Pa., inheritance

165. Michael Milken, 61, $2.5 billion, Los Angeles, investments

165. John Paulson, 51, $2.5 billion, New York, hedge funds

165. Peter Peterson, 81, $2.5 billion, New York, Blackstone Group

165. Robert Rich Jr., 66, $2.5 billion, Islamorada, Fla., nondairy creamer

165. David Rubenstein, 58, $2.5 billion, Bethesda, Md., leveraged buyouts

165. Lynn Schusterman, 68, $2.5 billion, Tulsa, Okla., oil and gas

165. David Shaw, 56, $2.5 billion, New York, hedge funds

165. Evgeny (Eugene) Shvidler, 43, $2.5 billion, London, Millhouse Capital

165. David Sun, 56, $2.5 billion, Fountain Valley, Calif., computer memory

165. John Tu, 67, $2.5 billion, Fountain Valley, Calif., computer memory

165. Oprah Winfrey, 53, $2.5 billion, Chicago, television

188. Bennett Dorrance, 58, $2.4 billion, Paradise Valley, Ariz., inheritance

188. Gordon Getty, 73, $2.4 billion, San Francisco, inheritance, oil

188. William Randolph Hearst III, 58, $2.4 billion, San Francisco, Hearst Corp.

188. Martha Ingram and family, 72, $2.4 billion, Nashville, Tenn., Ingram Industries

188. John Malone, 66, $2.4 billion, Parker, Colo., cable television

188. Frederick Smith, 63, $2.4 billion, Memphis, Tenn., FedEx

188. Mortimer Zuckerman, 70, $2.4 billion, New York, real estate, media

195. Thomas Barrack, 60, $2.3 billion, Los Angeles, Colony Capital

195. Charles Butt and family, 69, $2.3 billion, San Antonio, supermarkets

195. William Hilton, 79, $2.3 billion, Los Angeles, hotels, casinos

195. Carl Lindner Jr. and family, 88, $2.3 billion, Cincinnati, investments

195. Henry Nicholas III, 48, $2.3 billion, Laguna Hills, Calif., Broadcom

195. Nicholas Pritzker II, 63, $2.3 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

195. Edward Roski Jr., 68, $2.3 billion, Los Angeles, real estate

195. Henry Samueli, 53, $2.3 billion, Newport Beach, Calif., Broadcom

195. Robert E. "Ted" Turner, 68, $2.3 billion, Lamont, Fla., cable television

204. Franklin Booth Jr., 84, $2.2 billion, Los Angeles, Berkshire Hathaway

204. Phillip Frost, 70, $2.2 billion, Miami, Ivax

204. Barbara Carlson Gage and family, 65, $2.2 billion, Minneapolis, Carlson Cos.

204. Tom Gores, 43, $2.2 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., leveraged buyouts

204. Jess Jackson, 77, $2.2 billion, Healdsburg, Calif., Jackson Family Wines

204. H. Fisk Johnson, 49, $2.2 billion, Racine, Wis., S.C. Johnson & Sons

204. Imogene Powers Johnson, 77, $2.2 billion, Racine, Wis., S.C. Johnson & Sons

204. S. Curtis Johnson, 52, $2.2 billion, Racine, Wis., S.C. Johnson & Sons

204. Helen Johnson-Leipold, 50, $2.2 billion, Racine, Wis., S.C. Johnson & Sons

204. Winnie Johnson-Marquart, 48, $2.2 billion, Virginia Beach, Va., S.C. Johnson & Sons

204. Omid Kordestani, 43, $2.2 billion, Atherton, Calif., Google

204. E. Stanley Kroenke, 60, $2.2 billion, Columbia, Mo., sports, real estate

204. Nancy Walton Laurie, 56, $2.2 billion, Columbia, Mo., Wal-Mart

204. Alfred Mann, 81, $2.2 billion, Los Angeles, inventor, entrepreneur

204. John Marriott Jr., 75, $2.2 billion, Potomac, Md., hotels

204. Marilyn Carlson Nelson and family, 68, $2.2 billion, Minneapolis, Carlson Cos.

220. S. Daniel Abraham, 83, $2.1 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., Slim-Fast

220. John Anderson, 90, $2.1 billion, Bel Air, Calif., investments

220. Neil Bluhm, 69, $2.1 billion, Chicago, real estate

220. John Catsimatidis, 59, $2.1 billion, New York, oil, real estate, supermarkets

220. Phoebe Hearst Cooke, 80, $2.1 billion, San Francisco, Hearst Corp.

220. Archie Aldis "Red" Emmerson, 78, $2.1 billion, Anderson, Calif., timberland, lumber mills

220. Austin Hearst, 55, $2.1 billion, New York, Hearst Corp.

220. David Hearst Jr., 62, $2.1 billion, Los Angeles, Hearst Corp.

220. George Hearst Jr., 80, $2.1 billion, Los Angeles, Hearst Corp.

220. James Leprino, 69, $2.1 billion, Denver, cheese

220. Richard Marriott, 68, $2.1 billion, Potomac, Md., hotels

220. Clayton Mathile, 66, $2.1 billion, Dayton, Ohio, Iams

220. Aubrey McClendon, 48, $2.1 billion, Oklahoma City, oil

220. John Morgridge, 74, $2.1 billion, Portola Valley, Calif., Cisco

220. Ernest Rady, 70, $2.1 billion, San Diego, banking, insurance

220. Phillip Ruffin, 72, $2.1 billion, Wichita, Kan., casinos, real estate

220. Jon Stryker, 49, $2.1 billion, Kalamazoo, Mich., Stryker Corp.

220. Tom Ward, 48, $2.1 billion, Edmond, Okla., Chesapeake Energy

220. William Wrigley Jr., 43, $2.1 billion, Lake Forest, Ill., chewing gum

239. Herbert Allen Jr. and family, 67, $2 billion, New York, investment banking

239. Frank Batten Sr., 80, $2 billion, Virginia Beach, Va., Landmark

239. Alan Casden, 61, $2 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., real estate

239. David Filo, 41, $2 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., Yahoo

239. J. Christopher Flowers, 49, $2 billion, New York, investments

239. B. Thomas Golisano, 65, $2 billion, Mendon, N.Y., Paychex

239. Joshua Harris, 42, $2 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

239. James Jannard, 58, $2 billion, San Juan Islands, Wash., Oakley

239. James Kim and family, 71, $2 billion, Bryn Mawr, Pa., microchips

239. William Koch, 67, $2 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., oil, investments

239. Leslie Lampton, 82, $2 billion, Jackson, Miss., oil and chemicals refining

239. Thomas Lee, 63, $2 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

239. Harry Macklowe, 70, $2 billion, New York, real estate

239. Margaret Magerko, 41, $2 billion, Belle Vernon, Pa., 84 Lumber

239. Joseph Mansueto, 51, $2 billion, Chicago, Morningstar

239. Bernard Marcus, 78, $2 billion, Atlanta, Home Depot

239. Frederik G.H. Meijer and family, 87, $2 billion, Grand Rapids, Mich., supermarkets

239. Charles Munger, 83, $2 billion, Los Angeles, Berkshire Hathaway

239. Sheldon Solow, 79, $2 billion, New York, real estate

239. Jerry Speyer, 67, $2 billion, New York, real estate

239. R. Stanford, 57, $2 billion, St. Croix, VI, Stanford Financial Group

239. David Tepper, 49, $2 billion, Chatham, N.J., hedge funds

261. John Calamos and family, 67, $1.9 billion, Aurora, Ill., mutual funds

261. Paul Foster, 50, $1.9 billion, El Paso, Texas, Western Refining Inc.

261. Thomas Frist Jr. and family, 69, $1.9 billion, Nashville, Tenn., HCA

261. Donald Hall, 79, $1.9 billion, Mission Hills, Kan., Hallmark

261. Jon Huntsman, 70, $1.9 billion, Salt Lake City, chemicals

261. Michael Jaharis, 79, $1.9 billion, New York, pharmaceuticals

261. George Lindemann and family, 71, $1.9 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., investments

261. Thomas Siebel, 54, $1.9 billion, Woodside, Calif., Siebel Systems

261. Albert Ueltschi, 90, $1.9 billion, Vero Beach, Fla., FlightSafety

261. Jerry Yang, 38, $1.9 billion, Los Altos, Calif., Yahoo

271. George Argyros, 70, $1.8 billion, Newport Beach, Calif., real estate, investments

271. Amar Bose, 77, $1.8 billion, Framingham, Mass., Bose

271. William Connor II, 57, $1.8 billion, Hong Kong, supply-chain services

271. Edward Debartolo Jr., 60, $1.8 billion, Tampa, Fla., shopping centers

271. L. John Doerr, 56, $1.8 billion, Woodside, Calif., venture capital

271. Kenneth Fisher, 56, $1.8 billion, Woodside, Calif., money management

271. David Green, 65, $1.8 billion, Oklahoma City, Hobby Lobby Stores

271. Jorge Perez, 57, $1.8 billion, Miami, condos

271. Michael Price, 55, $1.8 billion, Far Hills, N.J., investments

271. Kavitark Shriram, 51, $1.8 billion, Mountain View, Calif., Google

271. Pat Stryker, 51, $1.8 billion, Larimer, Colo., Stryker Corp.

271. A. Alfred Taubman, 83, $1.8 billion, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., real estate

271. Theodore Waitt, 44, $1.8 billion, San Diego, Gateway

271. Sanford Weill, 74, $1.8 billion, New York, Citigroup

271. Arthur Williams Jr., 65, $1.8 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., insurance

286. Edmund Ansin, 71, $1.7 billion, Miami Beach, Fla., Sunbeam Broadcasting

286. Louis Bacon, 51, $1.7 billion, London, hedge funds

286. Bharat Desai and family, 54, $1.7 billion, Fisher Island, Fla., Syntel

286. Louis Gonda, 59, $1.7 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., International Lease Finance

286. Michael Krasny, 54, $1.7 billion, Highland Park, Ill., CDW Corp.

286. Igor Olenicoff, 65, $1.7 billion, Newport Beach, Calif., real estate

286. Stewart Rahr, 61, $1.7 billion, New York, Kinray

286. Wilbur Ross Jr., 69, $1.7 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., leveraged buyouts

286. Walter Scott Jr., 76, $1.7 billion, Omaha, Neb., construction, telecom

286. Ernest Stempel, 91, $1.7 billion, Hamilton, Bermuda, insurance

286. Dean White, 84, $1.7 billion, Crown Point, Ind., billboards, hotels

297. John Abele, 70, $1.6 billion, Shelburne, Vt., Boston Scientific

297. Peter Buck, 76, $1.6 billion, Danbury, Conn., Subway

297. Robert Day, 63, $1.6 billion, Los Angeles, money management

297. Fred DeLuca, 59, $1.6 billion, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Subway

297. Wesley Edens, 45, $1.6 billion, New York, Fortress Investment Group

297. Thomas Friedkin, 72, $1.6 billion, Houston, Gulf States Toyota

297. Alan Gerry, 78, $1.6 billion, Liberty, N.Y., cable television

297. Marguerite Harbert, 84, $1.6 billion, Birmingham, Ala., inheritance

297. Stanley Stub Hubbard, 74, $1.6 billion, Lakeland, Minn., DirecTV

297. Michael Ilitch, 78, $1.6 billion, Detroit, pizza

297. Irwin Jacobs, 73, $1.6 billion, La Jolla, Calif., Qualcomm

297. Brad Kelley, 50, $1.6 billion, Nashville, Tenn., tobacco

297. Randal Kirk, 53, $1.6 billion, Belspring, Va., New River Pharmaceuticals, Third Security

297. Nancy Lerner, 47, $1.6 billion, Cleveland, inheritance

297. Norma Lerner, 71, $1.6 billion, Cleveland, inheritance

297. Randolph Lerner, 45, $1.6 billion, Cleveland, inheritance

297. Billy Joe "Red" McCombs, 79, $1.6 billion, San Antonio, radio, oil, real estate

297. Richard Peery, 67, $1.6 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., real estate

297. Bernard Saul II, 75, $1.6 billion, Chevy Chase, Md., banking, real estate

297. Phyllis Taylor, 66, $1.6 billion, New Orleans, Taylor Energy

317. Dennis Albaugh, 57, $1.5 billion, Marco Island, Fla., pesticides

317. Roland Arnall, 68, $1.5 billion, Holmby Hills, Calif., mortgages

317. John Arnold, 33, $1.5 billion, Houston, hedge funds

317. John Arrillaga, 70, $1.5 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., real estate

317. Ronald Baron, 64, $1.5 billion, New York, money managment

317. Andrew Beal, 54, $1.5 billion, Dallas, Beal Bank, real estate

317. Carl Berg, 70, $1.5 billion, Atherton, Calif., real estate

317. Arthur Blank, 65, $1.5 billion, Atlanta, Home Depot

317. Peter Briger Jr., 43, $1.5 billion, New York, Fortress Investment Group

317. Barry Diller, 65, $1.5 billion, New York, IAC/InterActiveCorp.

317. Israel Englander, 59, $1.5 billion, New York, hedge funds

317. John J. Fisher, 46, $1.5 billion, San Francisco, Gap

317. Gerald J. Ford, 63, $1.5 billion, Dallas, banking

317. James France, 62, $1.5 billion, Daytona Beach, Fla., auto racing

317. Robert Friedland, 57, $1.5 billion, Singapore, mining

317. Christopher Goldsbury, 64, $1.5 billion, San Antonio, salsa

317. Alec Gores, 54, $1.5 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., leveraged buyouts

317. Timothy Headington, 57, $1.5 billion, Dallas, oil, investments

317. Jeffrey Hildebrand, 48, $1.5 billion, Houston, oil

317. Jeremy Jacobs Sr., 67, $1.5 billion, East Aurora, N.Y., sports concessions

317. Joseph Jamail Jr., 81, $1.5 billion, Houston, lawsuits

317. Hamilton James, 56, $1.5 billion, New York, Blackstone Group

317. Jerral Jones, 64, $1.5 billion, Dallas, Dallas Cowboys

317. Vinod Khosla, 52, $1.5 billion, Menlo Park, Calif., Sun Microsystems, venture capital

317. Jerome Kohlberg Jr., 82, $1.5 billion, Mt. Kisco, N.Y., leveraged buyouts

317. Marc Lasry, 48, $1.5 billion, New York, hedge funds

317. Thomas Marsico, 52, $1.5 billion, Cherry Hill Village, Colo., mutual funds

317. Robert McNair, 70, $1.5 billion, Houston, energy, sports

317. Gary Michelson, 58, $1.5 billion, Los Angeles, medical patents

317. William Moncrief Jr., 87, $1.5 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, oil

317. Michael Novogratz, 42, $1.5 billion, New York, Fortress Investment Group

317. Daniel Och, 46, $1.5 billion, New York, hedge funds

317. Trevor Rees-Jones, 57, $1.5 billion, Dallas, oil

317. David Rich, 62, $1.5 billion, Jackson, Miss., nondairy creamer

317. Marc Rich, 72, $1.5 billion, Meggen, Switzerland, commodities

317. Steven Roth, 65, $1.5 billion, New York, real estate

317. Marc Rowan, 45, $1.5 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

317. Tamir Sapir, 60, $1.5 billion, New York, real estate

317. Fayez Sarofim, 78, $1.5 billion, Houston, money management

317. Herbert Simon, 72, $1.5 billion, Indianapolis, real estate

317. O. Bruton Smith, 80, $1.5 billion, Charlotte, N.C., Speedway Motorsports

317. Peter Sperling, 47, $1.5 billion, Phoenix, Apollo Group

317. Joseph Steinberg, 63, $1.5 billion, New York, Leucadia National Corp.

317. Todd Wagner, 47, $1.5 billion, Dallas, Broadcast.com

361. James Clark, 63, $1.4 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., Netscape

361. Jamie Dinan, 48, $1.4 billion, New York, hedge funds

361. Roy Disney, 77, $1.4 billion, Los Angeles, Walt Disney

361. Richard Egan, 71, $1.4 billion, Hopkinton, Mass., EMC Corp.

361. Robert Fisher, 54, $1.4 billion, San Francisco, Gap

361. William Fisher, 50, $1.4 billion, San Francisco, Gap

361. Leslie Gonda, 87, $1.4 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., International Lease Finance

361. Bruce Karsh, 52, $1.4 billion, Los Angeles, money management

361. Robert Kraft, 66, $1.4 billion, Brookline, Mass., New England Patriots

361. Anne Windfohr Marion, 68, $1.4 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, inheritance, oil

361. Howard Marks, 61, $1.4 billion, Los Angeles, money management

361. Robert Naify, 85, $1.4 billion, San Francisco, movie theaters

361. Nelson Peltz, 65, $1.4 billion, Bedford, N.Y., leveraged buyouts

361. Leandro Rizzuto, 69, $1.4 billion, Sheridan, Wyo., Conair

361. Patrick Ryan, 70, $1.4 billion, Winnetka, Ill., insurance

361. John Sperling, 86, $1.4 billion, Phoenix, Apollo Group

361. Hope Hill Van Beuren, 73, $1.4 billion, Middletown, R.I., inheritance

361. Charlotte Colket Weber, 64, $1.4 billion, Ocala, Fla., inheritance

361. Margaret Whitman, 51, $1.4 billion, Atherton, Calif., eBay

380. Stephen Bisciotti, 47, $1.3 billion, Millersville, Md., outsourcing, football

380. Timothy Blixseth, 57, $1.3 billion, Medina, Wash., timberland, real estate

380. John Brown, 73, $1.3 billion, Kalamazoo, Mich., Stryker Corp.

380. S. Truett Cathy, 86, $1.3 billion, Atlanta, Chick-fil-A

380. Glenn Dubin, 50, $1.3 billion, New York, hedge funds

380. Frank Fertitta III, 45, $1.3 billion, Las Vegas, casinos, Ultimate Fighting Championship

380. Lorenzo Fertitta, 38, $1.3 billion, Las Vegas, casinos, Ultimate Fighting Championship

380. William Gross, 63, $1.3 billion, Laguna Beach, Calif., bonds

380. Michael Heisley Sr., 70, $1.3 billion, Jupiter Island, Fla., manufacturing

380. Thomas Hicks, 61, $1.3 billion, Dallas, leveraged buyouts

380. William Kellogg, 64, $1.3 billion, Menomonee Falls, Wis., Kohl's

380. Michael Moritz, 52, $1.3 billion, Mountain View, Calif., venture capital

380. Julian Robertson Jr., 75, $1.3 billion, New York, money management, wine

380. Barry Rosenstein, 48, $1.3 billion, New York, hedge fund, Jana Partners

380. Richard Scaife, 75, $1.3 billion, Pittsburgh, investments

380. Walter Shorenstein and family, 92, $1.3 billion, San Francisco, real estate

380. Herbert Siegel, 79, $1.3 billion, New York, television

380. George Steinbrenner III, 77, $1.3 billion, Tampa, Fla., New York Yankees

380. Henry Swieca, 50, $1.3 billion, New York, hedge funds

380. Kenny Troutt, 59, $1.3 billion, Dallas, Excel Communications

380. Roger Wang, 57, $1.3 billion, Nanjing, China, retail

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