Microsoft founder Bill Gates is still the world’s richest man.
Worth $79.2 billion, Gates kept his spot at the top of the 2015 Forbes Billionaires List, while Mexican business magnate Carlos Slim Helu, worth $77.1 billion, clocked in again at No. 2. Warren Buffett, worth $71.3 billion, swapped places with Spanish fashion exec Amancio Ortega, worth $66.4 billion, with Buffett in No. 3 and Ortega in No. 4.
While the richest stayed the richest, the 1,822 other billionaires on Forbes‘ list contained new 290 newcomers, with 71 of these newly minted billionaires coming from China. The list also features a record-breaking 46 billionaires under the age of 40, including first-time billionaires Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, 38, and the founder of the health tech company Theranos, Elizabeth Homes, 31, the youngest self-made woman on Forbes‘ list.
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