In any case, the youngest billionaire of all is a lady – Kylie Jenner, 21 years old. Ms Jenner possesses 100% of Kylie Cosmetics, the three-year-old magnificence business that produced an expected $360m in sales deals a year ago. Her net worth is one billion dollars.
Another newcomer is Safra Catz, co-CEO of programming firm Oracle, who as indicated by Forbes is on a $41m annual salary and is one of the world’s most generously paid female officials.
The US has 607 billionaires, more than other nations. China has the next biggest following with 324.
Furthermore, the rundown of billionaires has seen some enormous changes – it has 44 newcomers to the list while 102 have dropped off.
The shortcoming of the euro has messed with European billionaires who make an unfortunate display with just two in the best 20: Bernard Arnault (positioned fourth), the CEO of the French luxury products company LVMH, and Amancio Ortega (positioned sixth), who established retail bunch Inditex which owns brands, for example, Zara.
Forbes said 247 individuals who were on the billionaire list a year ago have now dropped off. Among them are Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, style planners and prime supporters of Dolce and Gabbana.
The most extravagant independent lady is real estate tycoon Wu Yajun of China, worth an estimated $9.4bn. The number of independent ladies came to 72 up from 56 a year back.