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Top 11 Richest Families In America

11 Richest Families in America

No. 11: Newhouse family

Estimated net worth: $18.5 billion

Sam Newhouse family forms are pre-printed in 1922, but his two sons grew the media. Three family members can share their own destiny.

 

No. 10: Duncan family

Estimated net worth: $21.5 billion

Dan Duncan products in late 1968. Today, the company’s cooperation, the company’s oil and gas pipelines have established four children to support.

 

No. 9: Hearst family

Estimated net worth: $28 billion

Was established in 1887, William Randolph Hearst founded newspaper business. Fortunately, today it’s 67 sons, Hearst Media Group is shared by the execution of a grandson.

 

No. 8: (Edward) Johnson family

Estimated net worth: $28.5 billion

Edward Johnson, Fidelity Investments was founded in 1946, is the second-largest mutual fund company in the world and is run by the third generation launch.

 

No. 7: Pritzker family

Estimated net worth: $29 billion

The Hyatt hotel company was founded in 1936 and it supports 13 heirs — 11 of whom are billionaires.

 

No. 6: S.C. Johnson family

Estimated net worth: $30 billion

S.C. Johnson founded a cleaning products company in 1886, about 13 heirs share this fortune of Johnson

 

No. 5: Cox family

Estimated net worth: $41 billion

Fortunately the family, James M. Cox bought Dayton Evening News in 1898. It was the legacy of the media group.

 

No. 4: Cargill-MacMillan family

Estimated net worth: $49 billion

Cargill, an agribusiness founded in 1865, Forbes guessed that the Cargill-MacMillan family has made more billionaire families than any other in the nation. The total wealth is shared by 23 heirs.

 

No. 3: Mars family

Estimated net worth: $78 billion

Founded by Frank Mars in 1911, Mars Inc. grew to become one of the world’s largest and most secretive candy companies in America. His son died in 1929 passed his wealth on to three children.

 

No. 2: Koch family

Estimated net worth: $82 billion

Fred Koch refinery in 1925, his sons, Charles and David are two reasons shared his father’s wealth and diversity of the group are to increase energy in Koch Industries.

 

No. 1: Walton family

Estimated net worth: $130 billion

In 1962, Sam Walton, Wal-Mart, the founders of big business in the country. Today, his estate was divided among the heirs.

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