The Richest By Industry

October 2011
Forbes Asia;Oct2011, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p90
The article offers information on several rich people in the U.S. who are at the topmost position in their respective field including businessmen Bill Gates from information technology, Warren Buffett from investments and Michael Bloomberg from Media. It informs that Jams Leininger, who founded Kinetic Concepts, has made a comeback in 2011 on the Forbes 400 list. It also informs that the youngest rich man in the Forbes list is Dustin Moskovitz from Facebook Inc.


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