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Billionaire

A billionaire, in countries that use the short scale number naming system, is a person with a net worth of at least one billion units of a given currency, usually major currencies such as the United States dollar, the euro or the pound sterling. Additionally, a centibillionaire has been deemed applicable to a billionaire worth one hundred billion dollars, a mark first achieved in 2017 by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, with a net worth of 2 billion in a report issued in early 2018. The American business magazine Forbes produces a global list of known U.S. dollar billionaires every year and updates an Internet version of this list in real time. The American oil magnate John D. Rockefeller became the worlds first confirmed U.S. dollar billionaire in 1916, and still holds the title of historys wealthiest individual. As of 2018, there are over 2.200 U.S. dollar billionaires worldwide, with a combined wealth of over US$9.1 trillion, up from US$7.67 trillion in 2017. According to a 2017 Oxfam report, the top eight richest billionaires own as much combined wealth as "half the human race".

List of universities by number of billionaire alumni

Counting all degrees, Harvard University comes in first place in terms of the total number of billionaire alumni. If only bachelors degrees are counted, the University of Pennsylvania comes in slightly ahead of Harvard, according to a 2014 report. Harvard also ranks first in the number of ultra high net worth alumni with assets greater than million. Harvards total number of ultra high net worth alumni is more than twice that of the next highest ranking institution, Stanford. Figures have not been adjusted for the relative size of these institutions. Among the billionaires who hold a tertiary-level degree, 42 percent graduated with a bachelors degree, 26 percent have a masters degree, 21 percent finished their MBA, and 11 percent attained a PhD. The list is dominated by US universities, which account for all of the global top 10 universities by number of billionaire alumni.

Lists of people by net worth

List of Europeans by net worth List of Arabs by net worth List of Africans by net worth List of Asians by net worth List of South East Asian people by net worth List of South Asian people by net worth List of Latin Americans by net worth

Billionaires for Bush

Billionaires for Bush was a culture jamming political street theater organization that satirically purported to support George W. Bush, drawing attention to policies which were perceived to benefit corporations and the super-wealthy. The group would typically dress as parodies of wealthy "establishment" figures in tuxedos while proclaiming slogans such as "Two Million Jobs Lost - Its a Start". A secret New York City Police Department intelligence report, based on undercover surveillance of the group in 2003 and 2004 in advance of the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City, described the Billionaires as "an activist group forged as a mockery of the current president and political policies".

Black billionaires

Black billionaires are individuals of African ancestry with a net worth of at least US Black billionaires are individuals of African ancestry with a net worth of at least US$1 billion. According to the 2019 Forbes 2019 ranking of the worlds billionaires, Nigerian business magnate Aliko Dangote had a net worth of $10.9 billion and was the worlds richest black person. 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From 2001 to 2003, Forbes listed American television network executive Bob Johnson as a billionaire, but dropped him after his fortune was split in his divorce. He returned to Forbes Billionaire list in 2007 with a net worth of $1.1 billion. In 2008 Johnsons wealth dropped again, this time to approximately $1.0 billion and by 2009 he fell off the list again. Nigerian petroleum executive Femi Otedola briefly emerged as a billionaire in 2009, but did not remain one in subsequent years. He returned to the list in the company of a fellow Nigerian, sugar tycoon Abdul Samad Rabiu, in 2016, but both were dropped from the rankings the following year. Multiracial billionaires with significant black ancestry have been identified over the years. Saudi Arabian billionaire Mohammed Al Amoudi, of Hadhrami Yemeni and Ethiopian descent, has been on the Forbes billionaire list since 2002 and in 2012 had a net worth of $12.5 billion. Michael Lee-Chin of Canada, who is Jamaican of Chinese and Black ancestry, was on the list from 2001 to 2010 but dropped off in 2011. Isabel Dos Santos is of both Angolan and Middle Eastern ancestry. Of all the above-mentioned billionaires identified by Forbes, only Oprah Winfrey qualified for Forbes 2009s list of the worlds 20 most powerful billionaires, a list which considered not only wealth, but also market sway and political clout. Winfrey was considered especially powerful because of her influence on American consumer choices and her pivotal role in Barack Obamas successful 2008 U.S. presidential campaign.

Billionaire donors in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries

Jim Simons, hedge fund manager. Kenneth D. Tuchman, founder of outsourcing company TeleTech. Seth Klarman, hedge fund manager. Kevin Ulrich, hedge fund manager. Amos Hostetter Jr., CEO of Continental Cablevision.

LGBT billionaires

LGBT billionaires refers to any people who identify as LGBT who are billionaires, in terms of the monetary fortune they control. As of 2015, according to US LGBT-interest magazine The Advocate, Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani with a net worth of US$ 8.1 billion was the worlds richest person who is openly part of the LGBT community.

List of richest people in the world

This is a list of richest people in the world based on real-time assessment of wealth and assets by Forbes. This list is limited to the top 20 individuals, with a total net worth exceeding n.3 trillion U.S. dollars.The richest person in the world currently is Amazon founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos with a net worth of over n13 billion. The richest woman in the world is LOreal heiress Françoise Bettencourt Meyers with a net worth of over.7 billion.

Mohammed Bin Musallam Bin Ham Al-Ameri

Sheikh Dr Mohammed Bin Musallam Bin Ham Al-Ameri is a billionaire, businessman, philanthropist, author and former UAE Federal National Council member. He is the Deputy Secretary-General of the Intergovernmental Institution for the use of Micro-algae Spirulina against Malnutrition, Deputy Chairman of the Bin Ham Group and Member of Al Ain Municipal Council. He is the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations Emsam Organization. He pledged half of his wealth to charity through The Giving Pledge.

The World's Billionaires

The Worlds Billionaires is an annual ranking by documented net worth of the wealthiest billionaires in the world, compiled and published in March annually by the American business magazine Forbes. The list was first published in March 1987. The total net worth of each individual on the list is estimated and is cited in United States dollars, based on their documented assets and accounting for debt. Royalty and dictators whose wealth comes from their positions are excluded from these lists. This ranking is an index of the wealthiest documented individuals, excluding and ranking against those with wealth that is not able to be completely ascertained. In 2018, there was a record of 2.208 people on the list, that included 259 newcomers mostly from China and the U.S.; there were 63 people under 40 and it had a record number of 256 women. The average net worth of the list came in at US$4.1 billion, up US$350 million from 2017. Added together, the total net worth for 2018s billionaires was US$9.1 trillion, up from US$7.67 trillion in 2017. As of 2018, Microsoft founder Bill Gates had topped the list 18 of the past 24 years, while Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is ranked at the top for the first time and he became the first centibillionaire included in the ranking. In 2017, Mark Zuckerberg was the only person in the top 10 billionaires list who is under the age of 50, and the only one in the top 20 billionaires list who is under the age of 40. In 2017, 500 of the richest people in the world became richer by US$1 trillion, according to a report by Bloomberg News. According to a 2017 Oxfam report, the top eight billionaires own as much combined wealth as "the poorest half of the human race".

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