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Jennifer Lopez Net Worth 2011 & Jennifer Lopez’s House



The former backup dancer from the Bronx has gone on to become a multimedia powerhouse in both movies and music. She commands upwards of $15 million per movie, but she’s lately taken far less to focus on pet projects. Lopez is a well-rounded businesswoman with several other revenue streams, including a clothing line, an incredibly successful perfume line and Pasadena Calif.-based Cuban restaurant called Madre’s.
                                         
                                                  Net Worth: $110 million (2011)

                              
                                                   Jennifer Lopez’s House                                                   



Top 10 Richest people in Asia 2011

1.Mukesh Ambani


$29 billion
India
Global ambitions: His Reliance Industries, already India’s most valuable company, recently bid $2 billion for 65% stake in troubled Canadian oil sands outfit Value Creation. Firm’s $14.5 billion offer to buy bankrupt petrochemicals maker LyondellBasell was rejected

2.Lakshmi Mittal


$28.7 billion
India
London’s richest resident oversees ArcelorMittal, world’s largest steel maker. Net profits fell 75% in 2009. Mittal took 12% pay cut but improved outlook pushed stock up one-third in past year. Looking to expand in his native India; wants to build steel mills in Jharkhad and Orissa but has not received government approval.

3.Li Ka-shing


$21 billion
Hong Kong
Betting on recovery, upped stakes in publicly traded conglomerates Cheung Kong and Hutchison Whampoa. Through HW, Li is world’s largest operator of container terminals, world’s largest health and beauty retailer by number of outlets, a major supplier of electricity to Hong Kong and a real estate developer. Has a large holding in Canadian oil firm Husky Energy, which recently announced its third discovery in South China Sea.

4.Lee Shau Kee


$18. 5 billion
Hong Kong
Lee’s wealth rebounded, thanks in part to doubling of share price of Henderson Land Development, the property firm he founded and still heads. Active investor in China, has stakes in such outperfomers as PetroChina, China Shenhua Energy and China Life. Chairman of Hong Kong & China Gas, which distributes gas in more than 90 cities.

5.Kwok family


$17 billion
Hong Kong
Family behind one of Hong Kong’s most storied real estate firms has benefited from rebound in property prices. Eldest brother Walter, who stepped down from 18-year chairmanship of Sun Hung Kai Properties in May 2008 after disputing with his 2 younger siblings, Raymond and Thomas, dropped his lawsuit alleging improper dismissal; he is now a nonexecutive director.

6.Azim Premji


$17 billion
India
Software czar chairs $5.5 billion (revenues) Wipro, country’s third-largest software exporter. Reported jump in net profits in last 2 quarters, signaling a rebound for U.S.-dependent outsourcing giant.

7.Robert Kuok


$14.5 billion
Malaysia
Onetime rice and sugar trader heads multinational Kuok Group, with interests ranging from shipping to real estate to media. In 2007 merged extensive Malaysian, Indonesian palm oil interests with Singapore’s Wilmar International, run by his nephew; now his most valuable holding.

8.Anil Ambani


$13.7 billion
India
Estranged brother of Asia’s richest person, Mukesh Ambani, oversees Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, which has interests in telecom, infrastructure and entertainment. His Reliance Power plans to build 13 power plants for $25 billion by 2014. Infrastructure arm is investing $5 billion in new roads and metro systems to be completed by 2012. His entertainment unit has committed $825 million to Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks Studios to co-produce films.

9.Shashi & Ravi Ruia


$13 billion
India
Brothers’ $15 billion (revenues) Essar Group has weathered downturn and embarked on an expansion drive in all its businesses, including steel, oil and power. As part of global push, refiner Essar Oil bought 50% in Kenya Petroleum Refineries and is negotiating with Royal Dutch Shell to acquire 3 refineries with a total capacity of 25 million tons.

10.Savitri Jindal


$12.2 billion
India
Nonexecutive chair of the O.P. Jindal Group, a steel and power conglomerate founded by her late husband, Om Prakash Jindal, in 1952. Took over as group head after he died in a helicopter crash in 2005. In his lifetime, patriarch had handed down operations to their 4 sons, Prithviraj, Sajjan, Ratan and Naveen, who today run their independent units.

Top 5 Richest People in Hyderabad







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29Madhusudan Rao230044Lanco Group
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49K Anji Reddy129069Dr Reddy's Laboratories
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60Murali Divi112059Divis Laboratories
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64G. V. Krishna Reddy108073GVK Industries Ltd
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97P.V.Ramaprasad Reddy53552Aurobindo Pharma

Forbes’ Richest People List 2011 - Forbes Survey

1.         Carlos Slim Helu (Chairman, Telmex)
            Net Worth: $74bn
 
            The world’s richest person for a second year in a row, the Mexican telecom mogul is also the year’s biggest gainer, having added $20.5 billion to his fortune and widened the gap between him and no. 2, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, to $18 billion. A 19% rise in the Mexican stock market, a stronger peso, and successful mining and real estate spinoffs from conglomerate Grupo Carso all contributed to the astonishing increase. He also merged his fixed-line telecom company into America Movil, Latin America’s largest wireless carrier; the Slim family stake in that holding accounts for 62% of his net worth. He has other holdings in retailer Saks and the New York Times. Recently opened a new building for his Soumaya Museum, which houses his vast art collection. It is open to the public for free.
2.         Bill Gates (Co-chair, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)
            Net Worth: $56bn
 
            Microsoft mogul, futurist and America’s richest person has, with help from billionaire buddy Warren Buffett, convinced nearly 60 of the world’s wealthiest to sign his “Giving Pledge,” promising to donate the majority of their wealth to charity either during their lifetime or after death. He is no longer the planet’s richest person, but that’s because he’s given away $30 billion to his foundation. The Gates Foundation, the world’s most influential charity, tackles tuberculosis and polio and funds famine-resistant crops to fight hunger. He is calling for “a higher sense of urgency” in AIDS vaccine development and also pushing for better tools to rate teacher performance.
3.         Warren Buffett (CEO, Berkshire Hathaway)
            Net Worth: $50bn
 
            The venerable investor’s Berkshire Hathaway climbed more than 15% over the last year adding $3 billion to his to fortune. The 80-year-old is still hunting big deals: “Our elephant gun has been reloaded, and my trigger finger is itchy.” Along with bridge partner Bill Gates, the Oracle of Omaha is coaxing America’s richest to pledge half their fortunes to charity. “Too often a vast collection of possessions ends up possessing its owner. The asset I most value, aside from health, is interesting, diverse and long-standing friends.” Buffett faked breathing problems when he was 12 so he could move back to Omaha from Washington, D.C., where his father was a freshman congressman. He had read every book about investing in stocks in the Omaha Public Library by the time he was 12.
4.         Bernard Arnault (Chairman, LVMN – Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy)
            Net Worth: $41bn
 
            The Lord of Luxe easily retains title of richest European. Fortune surged by $13.5 billion as shares of his luxury goods outfit, LVMH, rose by more than half over the past year thanks to strong demand for luxuries like Dom Perignon champagne, Cognac Hennessy, Tag Heuer watches and Louis Vuitton accessories, particularly in Asian markets like Shanghai and Ho Chi Minh City. The group acquired 20% of Hermes last year; Arnault insists he is a friendly shareholder but Hermes sees it as hostile. In March the Bulgari family transferred its majority holding in its brand to LVMH in exchange for LVMH shares and board seats. LVMH fired Christian Dior designer John Galliano after he apparently made anti-semitic remarks.
5.         Larry Ellison (CEO, Oracle)
            Net Worth: $39.5bn
 
            The Oracle chief sits atop a fortune that is $11.5 billion bigger than last year thanks to a 30% jump in the software company’s shares. In November, Oracle won a mud-slinging copyright infringement court battle against German software rival SAP worth $1.3 billion. SAP is contesting the outcome. One of the highest-paid executives in the U.S., Ellison reaped $960 million in compensation in the past five fiscal years, mostly from exercising stock options; he recently cut his salary to $1. An avid yachtsman, Ellison spent a decade and over $100 million on his quest for the America’s Cup, which he finally won in February 2010, beating Swiss rival (and billionaire) Ernesto Bertarelli. He is bringing the America’s Cup to San Francisco in 2013. Intends to give 95% of wealth to charity.
6.         Lakshmi Mittal (Chairman, ArcelorMittal ADS)
            Net Worth: $31.1bn
 
            Net profits at his ArcelorMittal, world’s largest steel-maker, are up 18-fold to $2.9 billion in 2010 due to recovery in steel demand and higher margins. Group spun off its stainless steel unit into Aperam, a new listed company, and also acquired Canadian miner Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation. It has funded a 377-foot sculpture called ArcelorMittal Orbit in London’s Olympic Park for the 2012 Olympics. Europe’s richest resident, he bought Alderbrook Park, a 340-acre country estate outside London, where he plans to build an eco-friendly country mansion for a reported $40 million. Daughter Vanisha acquired stake in Roc Capital Management, a New York hedge fund. Daughter-in-law Megha owns German fashion house Escada.
7.         Amancio Ortega (Chairman, Zara, Inditex)
            Net Worth: $31bn
 
            Amancio Ortega stepped down as chairman of Inditex, the $15.8 billion (sales) fashion firm in January; he still gets 87% of his fortune from his stake in the publicly traded firm. The company, which operates under several brand names including Zara, Massimo Dutti and Stradivarius, has 5,000 stores in 77 countries. Ortega also owns properties in Florida, Madrid, London and Lisbon, a horse-jumping circuit, a stake in a soccer league; and has interests in gas, tourism and banks. Railway worker’s son, he started as a gofer in a shirt store. With then-wife Rosalia Mera, also a billionaire, started making dressing gowns and lingerie in living room. Daughter Marta works for Inditex.
8.         Eike Batista (CEO, EBX Group)
            Net Worth: $30bn
 
            Brazil’s richest man is gearing up to take over the world. Making a play for foreign investors, Batista announced this year the opening of an office in New York and his intention to list some of his companies on the London Stock Exchange. Through his holding company, EBX, Batista controls businesses spanning mining, shipbuilding, energy, logistics, tourism and entertainment. The son of Brazil’s revered former mining minister who presided over mining giant Companhia Vale do Rio Doce got his start in gold trading and mining. Onetime champion offshore powerboat racer; formerly married to Playboy cover girl. In media interviews he’s been warning Carlos Helรบ Slim that he’ll soon take his spot as the world’s richest man, but he still has a ways to go.
9.         Mukesh Ambani (Chairman, Reliance Industries)
            Net Worth: $27 bn
 
            His oil and gas conglomerate Reliance Industries, India’s most valuable company, just forged a partnership with BP, selling 30% stake in 23 oil blocks in India for $7.2 billion and forming a marketing joint venture. The deal is being touted as one of biggest foreign investments in India. He’s also betting on shale gas, having bought stakes in three American energy firms for $3.3 billion last year. He and wife Nita host parties at their recently completed 27-story sky palace in Mumbai, but have still to move in permanently.
10.       Christy Walton (Owner, Walmart)
            Net Worth: $26.5 bn
 
            The widow of John Walton inherited her wealth after the former Green Beret and Vietnam war medic died in an airplane accident near his home in Wyoming 2005. Now world’s richest woman, she got an extra bump in her fortune because of her late husband’s early investment in First Solar; shares up nearly 500% since 2006 initial public offering. But bulk still comes from her holdings in Wal-Mart, the retailer founded by her father-in-law Sam Walton and his brother James in 1962. Today Wal-Mart has sales of $405 billion, and employs more than 2.1 million people. The philanthropist supports museums, education and organic gardening.

Top 10 Upcoming Richest Person in the world 2012


Top 10 richest countries in the world 2010 - 2011

1. Luxembourg – $80,800 (GDP per capita)

This tiny country with a total population of less than 500 000 is a true European miracle. By tiny we mean the 8 smallest countries in the world. From top to bottom it’s only about 50 miles and at its widest about 30 miles.

2. Qatar – $75,900

This Arabic speaking country has less than million people and gained independence from Great Britain only in 1971. Qatar used to be a poor Islamic country but since the discovery of oil and natural gas in the 1940s, it is completely transformed. With no income tax it is one of the least taxed countries in the world, while still offering most of its services to the population for free.

3. Norway – $55,600

Norway is one of the few highly developed countries in Europe that are not part of the European Union. This oil and natural gas rich country has living costs more than 30% higher than in the United States. In 2006 only Russia and Saudi Arabia exported more oil than Norway.

4. Kuwait – $55,300

In Arabic Kuwait translates to “Fortress built near water”. In addition to being on the coast of the Persian Gulf this country has well known neighbors like Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Kuwait has the world’s fifth largest proven oil reserves – about 10% of the worlds total. Being a country without taxes, about 80% of the government’s revenue comes from exporting oil. Having the second-most free economy in the Middle East, Kuwait has one of the fastest growing economies in the region.

5. United Arab Emirates – $55,200

This oil and natural gas rich country has a highly developed economy which makes it one of the most developed in the world. Having more money than they know what to do with, they have built numerous artificial islands and just finished building the worlds highest structure – Burj Khalifa. It is 828 meters tall, being about 2 times as high as the Empire State Building in New York. It is estimated that about 1/4th of the total construction going on in the world is taking place in Dubai – one of the largest cities in United Arab Emirates.

6. Singapore – $48,900

This country tiny country consist of 63 island and some mainland with a total area of only 270 square miles (704 sq km). With Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan it is considered one of the Four Asian Tigers. Singapore has the busiest port in the world and is the 4th largest foreign exchange trading center in the world. Singapore is widely believed to be the most business-friendly economy in the world.

7. United States – $46,000

What sets the US apart from most other countries in this list is its size. While most other countries in this list are among the smallest in the world the US has a population of over 300 million and a total land area of 3,79 million square miles (9.83 million sq km). The US is also home to the largest amount of billionaires in the world. It is speculated that as many billionaires live in the US as in the rest of the world.

8. Ireland – $45,600

This member of European Union has been often admired as one of the most modern knowledge economies in the world. Ireland is the largest maker of computer software in the world. A study done by The Economist ranked the Celtic Tiger to have the best quality of life in the world.

9. Equatorial Guinea – $44,100

The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is a country in Central Africa. Most people have never heard of it. This country flew into stardom after 1996 when large oil reserves were found in the nation of only 0,5 million people. While being one of the largest producers of oil in Africa, little has been made to
improve the living conditions of the people. Corruption is widespread and ordinary people are mostly living in poverty. The gap between rich and poor is probably the largest in the world.

10. Switzerland – $39,800

This cheese making country is considered to be one of the most neutral countries in the world. During World War 2, people from other European countries deposited their money in the banks of Switzerland, knowing that their money would be safer there than in their home countries. Some well known Swiss companies include Nestle, Logitech, Rolex and Credit Suisse.

Youngest Billionaires in America

N0.1 Dustin Moskovitzdustinmoskovitz thumb Youngest Billionaires in America

Net Worth              : $1.4 billion
Known for              : Co-founder of Facebook
Age                          : 26


No.2 Mark ZuckerbergMarkZuckerberg thumb Youngest Billionaires in America Net Worth              : $6.9 billion
Known for              : Co-founder of Facebook
Age                          : 26 (May 14, 1984)


No.3 Scott Duncan Net Worth              : $3.1 billion
Known for              :  pipelines(energy)
Age                         : 27


No.4 Eduardo SaverinEduardoSaverin thumb Youngest Billionaires in America Net Worth              : $1.15 billion
Known for              : Co-founder of Facebook
Age                          : 28(May 22, 1984)


No.5 John ArnoldJohnArnold thumb Youngest Billionaires in America Net Worth              : $3.3 billion
Known for              :  hedge funds- natural gas trading
Age                          : 36


No.6 Sergey Brin SergeyBrin thumb Youngest Billionaires in America Net Worth              : $15 billion
Known for              : Russian American computer scientist and co-founded Google Inc
Age                          : 37 (August 21, 1973)


No.7 Larry Pagelarrypage thumb Youngest Billionaires in America Net Worth              : $15 billion
Known for              : computer scientist and co-founded Google Inc
Age                          : 37 (March 26, 1973)


No.8 Daniel ZiffDanielZiff thumb Youngest Billionaires in AmericaNet Worth: $4 billion Source: inheritance, hedge funds
Age: 38


No.9 Lorenzo FertittaLorenzoFertitta thumb Youngest Billionaires in AmericaNet Worth: $1 billion Source: casinos, Ultimate Fighting Championship
Age: 41


No.10 Jerry YangJerryYang thumb Youngest Billionaires in America Net Worth: $1.15 billion
Source: Yahoo
Age: 41

World’s Billionaires list in Different Country

Richest Person list |Top 10 billionaires list in Different Country
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 Top Richest person in France:
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Top Richest person in Saudi Arabia:
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Top 10 Richest Person in China

Top 10 Richest Person in China

No.1 Zong Qinghou3ZongQinghou thumb Top 10 Richest Person in China

Net Worth in 2010             : 8,000 $  Million
Company                              : Wahaha Group-Beverage industry, shopping malls.
Age                                         : 65
City                                        : Zhejiang
Rank in 2009                      : 4
Net worth in 2009             : 4,800$  Million

No.2 Robin LiRobin Li thumb Top 10 Richest Person in China Net Worth in 2010             : 7,200 $  Million
Company                              : Baidu – China’s biggest search engine
Age                                         : 42
City                                        :Beijing
Rank in 2009                      : 14
Net worth in 2009             : 2,900$  Million

No.3 Liang WengenLiang Wengen thumb Top 10 Richest Person in China Net Worth in 2010             : 5,900 $  Million
Company                              : Sany Group
Age                                         : 53
City                                        : Hunan
Rank in 2009                      : 12
Net worth in 2009             : 3,100$  Million

No.4 Zhang Jindong
9ZhangJindong Top 10 Richest Person in China
Net Worth in 2010             : 5,700 $  Million
Company                              : Suning Appliance
Age                                         : 47
City                                        : Jiangsu
Rank in 2009                      : 9
Net worth in 2009             : 3,700$  Million

No.5 Li LiLi Li Shenzhen Hepalink Pharmaceutical thumb Top 10 Richest Person in China
Net Worth in 2010             : 5,400 $  Million
Company                              : Shenzhen Hepalink Pharmaceutical
Age                                         : 46
City                                        : Guangdong

No.6 He XiangjianHe Xiangjian thumb Top 10 Richest Person in China
Net Worth in 2010             : 5,000 $  Million
Company                              : Midea Group
Age                                         : 68
City                                        : Guangdong
Rank in 2009                      : 15
Net worth in 2009             : 2,800 $  Million

No.7 Liu YongxingLiu Yongxing thumb Top 10 Richest Person in China
Net Worth in 2010             : 4,900 $  Million
Company                              : East Hope Group
Age                                         : 62
City                                        : Shanghai
Rank in 2009                      : 2
Net worth in 2009             : 5,500$  Million

No.8 Wu YajunWu Yajun thumb Top 10 Richest Person in China
Net Worth in 2010             : 4,700 $  Million
Company                              : Longfor Group
Age                                         : 46
City                                        : Beijing
Rank in 2009                      : 29
Net worth in 2009             : 1,750$  Million

No.9 Ma HuatengMa Huateng thumb Top 10 Richest Person in China
Net Worth in 2010             : 4,400 $  Million
Company                              : Tencent Holdings
Age                                         : 39
City                                        : Guangdong
Rank in 2009                      : 7
Net worth in 2009             : 3,800$  Million

No. 10 Wang ChuanfuWang Chuanfu thumb Top 10 Richest Person in China
Net Worth in 2010             : 4,250 $  Million
Company                              : BYD
Age                                         : 44
City                                        : Guangdong
Rank in 2009                      : 1
Net worth in 2009             : 5,800 $  Million