Douglas, Emily; Greenberg, Duncan; Gregory, Elizabeth; Helman, Christopher; Kneale, Klaus; Kuczmarski, James; Lind, Emma; Schmall, Emily; Serafin, Tatiana; Barret, Victoria Murphy; Barrett, William P.; Brown, Erika; Burke, Monte; Coolidge, Carrie; Coster, Helen; Dolan, Kerry A.; Egan, Andrew; Egan, Mary Ellen; Fitch, Stephane; Hessel, Evan
October 2007
Forbes Asia;10/15/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 17, p42
The article talks about the 25th anniversary edition of The Forbes 400 list of the wealthiest Americans. The collective net worth of the U.S.' mightiest plutocrats rose $290 billion to $1.54 trillion, with Wall Street leading the charge. It is stated that nearly half of the 45 new members made their fortunes in hedge funds and private equity. According to the article, twelve people returned to the list, including computer memory mavens David Sun and John Tu and oil magnate John Catsimatidis.


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