Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal said he had settled a libel suit against the Forbes magazine group over its reporting on his fortune, which he claimed was billions of dollars larger than the magazine estimated.
Despite plunging oil prices, the number of billionaires in the Arab world rose to 49 this year - four more than last year -- with a shared wealth of $155.1 billion, up $7.4 billion, according to Forbes Middle East.
Christy Walton, who inherited a portion of the Walmart fortune after her husband’s death in 2005, is the richest woman in North America, and the world, with an estimated net worth of $37.9 billion, according to a Wealth-X list of the wealt
Twenty-five billionaires obtained their bachelor's degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, making it the top university in the world in terms of number of billionaire undergraduate alumni, according to this year’s Wealth-X and UBS
Dubai City has been ranked eighth in the world in terms of the size of its billionaire population, with 34 billionaires, according to a recent report.
The ‘Top 20 billionaire cities’ listed in the Wealth-X and UBS Billionair
Billionaire wealth in the UAE surged to $132 billion in 2014 from $45 billion last year, marking a worldwide record increase of 193 per cent, a report said.
The number of billionaires in the UAE also increased to 46 from 37 in 201
A wealth-X list of India's richest individuals has been released revealing the top 5 entrepreneurs who collectively control $85.5 billion in personal wealth.
All five entrepreneurs on the wealth-X list made their fortunes through th
Bill Gates has returned to the top of Forbes magazine's annual list of the world's richest people, as rising stock markets swelled the ranks of billionaires, which included a record number of women.
With a net worth of $76
While international sanctions have made life a struggle for many Iranians, they were a big break for businessman Babak Zanjani, who made a fortune helping the government evade the restrictions on oil sales. He also made enemies.
In the wake of a recession that knocked as much as 40 per cent off the price tags of global prime property, the world’s wealthiest individuals are buying homes on top streets for higher-than-ever prices, according to data from Knight Frank