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  • mr_truth1018 mr_truth1018 Sep 18, 2003 10:50 PM Flag

    Payx is having a great run

    getting closer to ADP and may even pass ADP in the near future. Good going Payx. Thruth is Payx is a much better company all around. Everyone must support this company for its integrity, honesty, and great customer service and extremely friendly employee/ employer relationship. This is a great investment and a long term buy. IMHO

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    • 350. Forstmann, Theodore, 63, $725 million, New York, leveraged buyouts

      350. Hicks, Thomas O., 57, $725 million, Dallas, leveraged buyouts

      350. Thorne, Oakleigh B., 71, $725 million, Millbrook, N.Y., publishing

      353. Bass, Perry Richardson, 88, $720 million, Fort Worth, Texas, oil, investments

      353. Butler, Sarah Turner, 83, $720 million, Columbus, Ga., inheritance

      353. Corn, Elizabeth Turner, 77, $720 million, Columbus, Ga., Coca-Cola inheritance

      353. Turner, William Bradley, 80, $720 million, Columbus, Ga., Coca-Cola inheritance

      357. Clark, James H., 59, $700 million, Palm Beach, Fla., Netscape

      357. Congel, Robert J., 68, $700 million, Fayetteville, N.Y., shopping centers

      357. Day, Robert Addison, 59, $700 million, New York, money management

      357. Khosla, Vinod, 48, $700 million, Menlo Park, Calif., Sun Microsystems, venture capital

      357. Kimmel, Sidney, 74, $700 million, Palm Beach, Fla., Jones Apparel

      357. Petersen, Robert Einar, 77, $700 million, Beverly Hills, Calif., publishing

      357. Pulte, William J., 70, $700 million, Detroit, home building

      357. Solow, Sheldon Henry, 75, $700 million, New York, real estate

      357. Taylor, Patrick F., 66, $700 million, New Orleans, Taylor Energy

      357. Waitt, Norman W. Jr., 49, $700 million, Dakota Dunes, S.D., Gateway

      357. Wendt, Richard, 72, $700 million, Klamath Falls, Ore., building supplies

      368. Fisher, Max Martin, 95, $680 million, Franklin, Mich., investments

      368. Sandler, Herbert M., 71, $680 million, Oakland, Calif., banking

      368. Sandler, Marion O., 72, $680 million, Oakland, Calif., banking

      368. Strawbridge, George Jr., 65, $680 million, Cochranville, Pa., inheritance

      372. Johnson, Bobby Ray Jr., 46, $675 million, San Jose, Calif., Foundry Networks

      372. Neubauer, Joseph, 61, $675 million, Philadelphia, Aramark

      374. Krehbiel, Frederick A., 61, $670 million, Lake Forest, Ill., Molex

      375. Manoogian, Richard Alexander, 67, $660 million, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich., Masco

      375. Ryan, Patrick George, 66, $660 million, Winnetka, Ill., insurance

      377. Friedkin, Thomas, 68, $650 million, Houston, cars

      377. Griffin, Ken, 34, $650 million, Chicago, hedge funds

      377. Jones, Paul Tudor II, 49, $650 million, Greenwich, Conn., hedge funds

      377. Koch, Frederick Robinson, 68, $650 million, London, England, oil

      377. Koch, William Ingraham, 63, $650 million, Palm Beach, Fla., oil

      377. Nash, Jack, 74, $650 million, New York, investments

      377. Wynn, Stephen A., 61, $650 million, Las Vegas, casinos, art

      384. McEvoy, Nan Tucker, 84, $640 million, San Francisco, publishing

      385. Eisner, Michael D., 61, $630 million, Los Angeles, Walt Disney

      385. Green, Joshua III, 67, $630 million, Seattle, inheritance, banking, real estate

      385. Tyson, Donald John, 73, $630 million, Springdale, Ark., chicken

      388. Bisciotti, Stephen J., 43, $625 million, Severna Park, Md., outsourcing, football

      388. Levine, Stuart Robert, 45, $625 million, Stratham, N.H., Cabletron Systems

      388. McKelvey, Andrew, 69, $625 million, New York, Monster.com

      388. Milken, Lowell Jay, 54, $625 million, Los Angeles, investments

      388. Roberts, Brian L., 44, $625 million, Philadelphia, Comcast

      393. Baker, Jay H., 69, $610 million, Naples, Fla., Kohl's

      393. Case, Stephen M., 45, $610 million, McLean, Va., AOL Time Warner

      393. Smith, Mark C., 63, $610 million, Huntsville, Ala., telephone equipment

      396. Carsey, Marcy, 58, $600 million, Los Angeles, television

      396. Chernick, Aubrey, 54, $600 million, Los Angeles, software

      396. Gerstner, Louis V. Jr., 61, $600 million, Greenwich, Conn., IBM

      396. Haworth, Richard G., 61, $600 million, Holland, Mich., office furniture

      396. Wern

    • 326. Fireman, Paul Barry, 59, $780 million, Newton, Mass., Reebok

      326. Robertson, Julian H. Jr., 71, $780 million, New York, money management

      328. Abramson, Leonard, 70, $775 million, Jupiter, Fla., Aetna

      328. Casden, Alan I., 57, $775 million, Beverly Hills, Calif., real estate

      328. Earhart, Anne Catherine Getty, 51, $775 million, Laguna Beach, Calif., inheritance

      328. Feld, Kenneth, 53, $775 million, Potomac, Md., circus, entertainment

      328. Getty, Caroline Marie, 45, $775 million, San Francisco, inheritance

      328. Hamilton, Dorrance Hill, 75, $775 million, Wayne, Pa., inheritance

      328. Lupton, John Thomas, 77, $775 million, Lookout Mountain, Tenn., soft drink bottling

      328. Perry, Claire Eugenia Getty, 49, $775 million, San Francisco, inheritance

      328. Speer, Roy Merrill, 71, $775 million, Clearwater, Fla., Home Shopping Network

      337. Herma, John, 55, $770 million, Elm Grove, Wis., Kohl's

      337. Rizzuto, Leandro P, 65, $770 million, Sheridan, Wyo.Y, manufacturing

      339. Hascoe, N33orman, 74, $760 million, Greenwich, Conn., investments

      340. May, Cordelia Scaife, 75, $750 million, Ligonier, Pa., inheritance

      340. Osher, Bernard A., 76, $750 million, San Francisco, banking, investments

      340. Ruffin, Phillip, 67, $750 million, Wichita, Kan., casinos, real estate, hand trucks

      340. Schneider, Donald J., 67, $750 million, Green Bay, Wis., trucking

      340. Shorenstein, Walter Herbert, 88, $750 million, San Francisco, real estate

      340. Vilar, Alberto, 63, $750 million, New York, money management

      340. Wagner, Todd R., 43, $750 million, Dallas, Broadcast.com

      347. Brown, John W., 69, $740 million, Kalamazoo, Mich., medical equipment

      347. Dehaan, Christel, 60, $740 million, Indianapolis, time shares

      347. Moores, John Jay, 59, $740 million, San Diego, software

      -cont-

    • 303. Jacobs, Jeremy Maurice Sr., 63, $875 million, East Aurora, N.Y., sports concessions

      304. Dedman, Nancy and family, 75, $870 million, Dallas, country clubs

      305. Anselmo, Mary, 74, $860 million, Greenwich, Conn., PanAmSat

      305. Gold, David and family, 71, $860 million, Los Angeles, 99 Cents Only Stores

      305. Spanos, Alexander Gus, 79, $860 million, Stockton, Calif., real estate

      308. Heisley, Michael E. Sr., 66, $850 million, St. Charles, Ill., manufacturing

      308. Honickman, Harold, 70, $850 million, Philadelphia, soft drink bottling

      310. Glazer, Guilford, 82, $840 million, Beverly Hills, Calif., shopping malls

      311. Lenfest, Harold FitzGerald, 73, $825 million, Huntington Valley, Pa., cable TV

      311. Milken, Michael Robert, 57, $825 million, Los Angeles, investments

      311. Oates, Marvin L. "Buzz", 80, $825 million, Sacramento, Calif., real estate

      314. Langone, Kenneth G., 68, $820 million, Long Island, N.Y., investments

      315. Bass, Edward Perry, 58, $810 million, Fort Worth, Texas, oil, investments

      315. Burrell, Gary L., 66, $810 million, Stilwell, Kan., navigation equipment

      315. Taubman, A. Alfred, 79, $810 million, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., real estate

      318. Bose, Amar Gopal, 74, $800 million, Framingham, Mass., Bose

      318. Boyle, Timothy, 54, $800 million, Portland, Ore., Columbia Sportswear

      318. Connell, Grover, 85, $800 million, Westfield, N.J., real estate, equipment leasing

      318. Katzenberg, Jeffrey, 52, $800 million, Los Angeles, movies

      318. Marion, Anne Windfohr, 64, $800 million, Fort Worth, Texas, inheritance, oil

      318. Marsico, Thomas, 48, $800 million, Englewood, Colo., mutual funds

      318. Strong, Richard S., 61, $800 million, Brookfield, Wis., money management

      325. Saul, Bernard Francis II, 71, $790 million, Chevy Chase, Md., inheritance, banking, real estate

      -cont-

    • 263. Debartolo, Edward John Jr., 56, $990 million, Tampa, Fla., shopping centers

      263. Roski, Edward P. Jr., 64, $990 million, Los Angeles, real estate

      265. Argyros, George Leon, 66, $980 million, Newport Beach, Calif., investments

      266. Bailey, Thomas, 66, $975 million, Aspen, Colo., Janus Funds

      266. Keinath, Pauline Macmillan, 71, $975 million, St. Louis, inheritance

      266. Macmillan, Cargill Jr., 76, $975 million, Wayzata, Minn., inheritance

      266. Macmillan, John Hugh III, 75, $975 million, Hillsboro Beach, Fla., inheritance

      266. Macmillan, W. Duncan, 73, $975 million, Wayzata, Minn., inheritance (Cargill, Inc.)

      266. Macmillan, Whitney, 74, $975 million, Minneapolis, inheritance

      266. Opperman, Dwight D., 80, $975 million, Dellwood, Minn., publishing

      266. Pictet, Marion Macmillan, 71, $975 million, Hamilton Beach, Bermuda, inheritance

      266. West, Alfred P. Jr., 60, $975 million, Paoli, Pa., money management

      275. Herb, Marvin J., 66, $970 million, Chicago, soft drink bottling

      275. Kao, Min H., 45, $970 million, Mission Hills, Kan., navigation equipment

      275. Wyly, Samuel, 69, $970 million, Dallas, investments

      278. Copley, Helen K., 80, $960 million, La Jolla, Calif., newspapers

      278. Edson, John Orin, 71, $960 million, Seattle, Leisure Craft

      278. Harbert, Marguerite, 80, $960 million, Birmingham, Ala., inheritance

      278. Marshall, Barbara Hall, 79, $960 million, Kansas City, Mo., Hallmark

      278. Reid, Elizabeth Ann Hall, 81, $960 million, Denton, Texas, Hallmark

      283. Ansin, Edmund Newton, 67, $950 million, Miami Beach, TV stations

      283. Ford, William Clay Sr., 78, $950 million, Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich., Ford Motor

      283. Jones, Jerral W., 60, $950 million, Dallas, football, oil

      283. Peltz, Nelson, 61, $950 million, Bedford, N.Y., leveraged buyouts

      287. Joseph, George, 82, $940 million, Los Angeles, insurance

      287. Levine, William S., 71, $940 million, Phoenix, billboards

      289. Chace, Malcolm III and family, 68, $935 million, Providence, R.I., Berkshire Hathaway

      290. Gallo, Ernest, 94, $930 million, Modesto, Calif., wine

      290. Robinson, Jesse Mack, 80, $930 million, Atlanta, banking, insurance

      292. Pasculano, Lynne, 62, $910 million, New York, auto parts, candy

      292. Van Beuren, Hope Hill, 66, $910 million, Middletown, R.I., inheritance

      294. Bowes, William, 77, $900 million, San Francisco, venture capital

      294. Connor, William E. II, 53, $900 million, Hong Kong, , exports

      294. Disney, Roy Edward, 73, $900 million, Los Angeles, Walt Disney

      294. Krehbiel, John Hammond Jr., 65, $900 million, Lake Forest, Ill., Molex

      294. Lee, Thomas Haskell, 59, $900 million, New York, leveraged buyouts

      294. Magerko, Maggie Hardy, 37, $900 million, Eightyfour, Pa., 84 Lumber

      294. Price, Michael F., 52, $900 million, Far Hills, N.J., money management

      294. Teel, Joyce Raley, 72, $900 million, Sacramento, Calif., supermarkets

      294. Watkins, Edward G. III, 67, $900 million, Concord, Mass., security systems

      -cont-

    • 224. Arrillaga, John, 66, $1.1 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., real estate

      224. Bass, Sid Richardson, 60, $1.1 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, oil, investments

      224. Blank, Arthur M., 61, $1.1 billion, Atlanta, Home Depot

      224. Gerry, Alan, 74, $1.1 billion, Liberty, N.Y., cable TV

      224. Green, David, 62, $1.1 billion, Oklahoma City, retail

      224. Green, Pincus, 68, $1.1 billion, Meggan, Switzerland, commodities

      224. Jannard, James, 54, $1.1 billion, San Juan Islands, Wash., Oakley

      224. Lindemann, George L. and family, 67, $1.1 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., natural gas, media

      224. Magness, Gary, 49, $1.1 billion, Cherry Hills, Colo., inheritance

      224. McCaw, John Elroy Jr., 52, $1.1 billion, Seattle, telecom

      224. McCombs, Billy Joe "Red", 75, $1.1 billion, San Antonio, cars, radio

      224. Peery, Richard Taylor, 63, $1.1 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., real estate

      224. Rich, Marc David, 68, $1.1 billion, Meggan, Switzerland, commodities

      224. Scaife, Richard Mellon, 70, $1.1 billion, Pittsburgh, inheritance

      224. Smith, Ollen Bruton, 76, $1.1 billion, Charlotte, N.C., racetracks

      224. Troutt, Kenny A., 55, $1.1 billion, Dallas, telecom

      224. Weber, Charlotte Colket, 58, $1.1 billion, Ocala, Fla., inheritance

      224. Whitman, Margaret, 47, $1.1 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., Ebay

      224. Winfrey, Oprah, 49, $1.1 billion, Chicago, television

      224. Zachry, Henry Bartell Jr., 69, $1.1 billion, San Antonio, construction

      244. Anderson, John Edward, 86, $1 billion, Bel Air, Calif., beverage distribution, real estate

      244. Bluhm, Neil Gary, 65, $1 billion, Chicago, real estate

      244. Cohen, Steven A., 47, $1 billion, Greenwich, Conn., hedge funds

      244. Comer, Gary Campbell, 75, $1 billion, Dodgeville, Wis., Lands' End

      244. Cook, Scott D., 51, $1 billion, Woodside, Calif., Intuit

      244. Glazer, Malcolm, 75, $1 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., conglomerate

      244. Jacobs, Irwin Mark, 69, $1 billion, San Diego, Qualcomm

      244. Kohlberg, Jerome Spiegel Jr., 78, $1 billion, Mt. Kisco, N.Y., leveraged buyouts

      244. Mann, Alfred, 77, $1 billion, Los Angeles, inventor, investments

      244. Marriott, John Willard Jr., 71, $1 billion, Potomac, Md., hotels

      244. McCaw, Bruce R., 56, $1 billion, Seattle, telecom

      244. Milliken, Roger, 87, $1 billion, Spartanburg, S.C., textiles

      244. Moreno, Arturo, 57, $1 billion, Phoenix, billboards

      244. Rock, Arthur J., 77, $1 billion, San Francisco, venture capital

      244. Scott, Walter Jr., 72, $1 billion, Omaha, Neb., construction, telecom

      244. Siegel, Herbert, 75, $1 billion, New York, television

      244. Simon, Melvin, 76, $1 billion, Indianapolis, real estate

      244. Simonyi, Charles, 55, $1 billion, Medina, Wash., Microsoft

      244. White, Dean V., 80, $1 billion, Crown Point, Ind., billboards, hotels

      -cont-

    • made Forbes' List of 400 Richest Americans at 126!

      But, OLE Henry Taub of ADP didn't not!

      The list!

      1. Gates, William Henry III, 47, $46 billion, Seattle, Microsoft


      2. Buffett, Warren Edward, 73, $36 billion, Omaha, Neb., Berkshire Hathaway


      3. Allen, Paul Gardner, 50, $22 billion, Mercer Island, Wash., Microsoft, investments


      4. Walton, Alice L., 54, $20.5 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, Wal-Mart


      4. Walton, Helen R., 84, $20.5 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart


      4. Walton, Jim C., 55, $20.5 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart


      4. Walton, John T., 57, $20.5 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart


      4. Walton, S. Robson, 59, $20.5 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart


      9. Ellison, Lawrence Joseph, 59, $18 billion, Redwood Shores, Calif., Oracle


      10. Dell, Michael, 38, $13 billion, Round Rock, Texas, Dell


      11. Ballmer, Steven Anthony, 47, $12.2 billion, Redmond, Wash., Microsoft


      12. Anthony, Barbara Cox, 80, $11 billion, Honolulu, Cox Communications


      12. Chambers, Anne Cox, 83, $11 billion, Atlanta, Cox Communications


      14. Kluge, John Werner, 89, $10.5 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., Metromedia


      15. Mars, Forrest Edward Jr., 72, $10.4 billion, McLean, Va., Mars

      15. Mars, Jacqueline, 64, $10.4 billion, Bedminster, N.J., Mars

      15. Mars, John Franklyn, 67, $10.4 billion, Arlington, Va., Mars

      18. Johnson, Abigail, 41, $9.8 billion, Boston, mutual funds

      19. Redstone, Sumner M., 80, $9.7 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., Viacom

      20. Ergen, Charles, 50, $8.9 billion, Denver, EchoStar

      21. Newhouse, Donald Edward, 73, $7.7 billion, Somerset County, N.J., publishing

      21. Newhouse, Samuel Irving Jr., 75, $7.7 billion, New York, publishing

      23. Pritzker, Robert Alan, 77, $7.6 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

      23. Pritzker, Thomas J., 54, $7.6 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

      25. Johnson, Samuel Curtis, 75, $7.4 billion, Racine, Wis., S.C. Johnson & Son

      26. Icahn, Carl, 67, $7.3 billion, New York, investments

      27. Murdoch, Keith Rupert, 72, $7.2 billion, New York, News Corp.

      28. Soros, George, 73, $7 billion, Bedford, N.Y., hedge funds

      29. Omidyar, Pierre M., 36, $6.9 billion, Henderson, Nev., Ebay

      30. Warner, H. Ty, 59, $6 billion, Chicago, Beanie Babies

      31. Knight, Philip H., 65, $5.8 billion, Beaverton, Ore., Nike

      32. Bezos, Jeffrey P., 39, $5.1 billion, Seattle, Amazon.com

      33. Anschutz, Philip F., 63, $5 billion, Denver, Qwest Communications

      33. Kerkorian, Kirk, 86, $5 billion, Los Angeles, investments

      33. Moore, Gordon Earle, 74, $5 billion, Woodside, Calif., Intel

      36. Bloomberg, Michael Rubens, 61, $4.9 billion, New York, Bloomberg L.P.

      36. Johnson, Edward Crosby III, 73, $4.9 billion, Boston, Fidelity Investments

      38. Davis, Marvin H., 78, $4.7 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., investments

      39. Arison, Micky, 54, $4.4 billion, Bal Harbour, Fla., inheritance, cruise ships

      40. Bren, Donald L., 71, $4 billion, Newport Beach, Calif., real estate

      40. Geffen, David, 60, $4 billion, Malibu, Calif., music

      40. Koch, Charles De Ganahl, 67, $4 billion, Wichita, Kan., oil

      40. Koch, David Hamilton, 63, $4 billion, New York, oil

      44. Abele, John E., 62, $3.9 billion, Boston, medical devices

      45. Broad, Eli, 70, $3.8 billion, Brentwood, Calif., home building, financial services

      46. Perot, Henry Ross, 73, $3.7 billion, Dallas, computer services, real estate

      47. Menard, John R. Jr., 63, $3.5 billion, Eau Claire, Wis., home improvement stores

      47. Perelman, Ronald Owen, 60, $3.5 billion, New York, investments

      49. Nicholas, Peter M., 62, $3.3 billion, Boston, medical devices

      49. Wrigley, William Jr., 39, $3.3 billion, L

      • 3 Replies to tbdevilrayfan
      • Mr. Golisano and Mr. Taub, these are people who have worked hard and taken risks. They deserve what they have earned. There's a big difference between these two gentlemen and the low-life CEOs like ADP's Art Weindach, who has risked nothing and award themselves with huge pay packages.

      • #1 George W. Bush
        #2 Dick Cheney
        #3 Donald Rumsfeld

      • 51. Bechtel, Riley P., 51, $3.2 billion, San Francisco, engineering, construction

        51. Bechtel, Stephen Davison Jr., 78, $3.2 billion, San Francisco, engineering, construction

        51. Crown, Lester and family, 78, $3.2 billion, Wilmette, Ill., investments

        51. Schwab, Charles R., 66, $3.2 billion, Atherton, Calif., Schwab

        55. Cook, William Alfred, 72, $3.1 billion, Bloomington, Ind., medical devices

        56. Greenberg, Maurice Raymond, 78, $3 billion, New York, American International Group

        56. Kaiser, George B., 61, $3 billion, Tulsa, Okla., oil & gas, banking, real estate

        56. Kroenke, Ann Walton, 53, $3 billion, Columbia, Mo., Wal-Mart

        56. Lucas, George, 59, $3 billion, Marin County, Calif., Star Wars

        56. Taylor, Jack Crawford, 81, $3 billion, St. Louis, Enterprise (news - web sites) Rent-a Car

        61. Laurie, Nancy Walton, 52, $2.9 billion, Columbia, Mo., inheritance

        62. Goodnight, James, 60, $2.8 billion, Cary, N.C., SAS Institute

        62. Hillman, Henry Lea, 84, $2.8 billion, Pittsburgh, industrialist, venture capitalist

        62. Perenchio, A. Jerrold, 72, $2.8 billion, Bel Air, Calif., television

        62. Schulze, Richard M., 62, $2.8 billion, Edina, Minn., Best Buy

        66. Sorenson, James L., 82, $2.7 billion, Salt Lake City, medical devices, real estate

        66. Wexner, Leslie Herbert, 68, $2.7 billion, New Albany, Ohio, Limited Brands

        68. Bass, Robert Muse, 55, $2.6 billion, Fort Worth, Texas, oil, investments

        68. Buffett, Susan Thompson, 71, $2.6 billion, San Francisco, marriage

        68. Lauder, Leonard Alan, 70, $2.6 billion, New York, Estee Lauder

        71. Huntsman, Jon Meade, 66, $2.5 billion, Salt Lake City, chemicals

        71. Rockefeller, David Sr., 88, $2.5 billion, New York, inheritance

        71. Rowling, Robert, 50, $2.5 billion, Dallas, oil and gas, hotels, investments

        71. Spielberg, Steven Allen, 56, $2.5 billion, Pacific Palisades, Calif., movies

        71. Trump, Donald John, 57, $2.5 billion, New York, real estate

        76. Bronfman, Edgar M. Sr., 74, $2.4 billion, New York, liquor

        76. Simplot, John Richard and family, 94, $2.4 billion, Boise, Idaho, potatoes, microchips

        78. Butt, Charles C, 65, $2.3 billion, San Antonio, supermarkets

        78. Hunt, Ray Lee, 60, $2.3 billion, Dallas, inheritance, oil, real estate

        78. Ingram, Martha R and family, 68, $2.3 billion, Nashville, Tenn., inheritance

        78. Jobs, Steven Paul, 48, $2.3 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., Apple Computer

        78. Lauren, Ralph, 64, $2.3 billion, New York, fashion

        78. Tisch, Preston Robert, 77, $2.3 billion, Harrison, N.Y., Loews

        78. Turner, Ted, 64, $2.3 billion, Lamont, Fla., cable TV

        85. Helmsley, Leona, 83, $2.2 billion, New York, inheritance

        85. Johnson, Barbara Piasecka, 66, $2.2 billion, Monte Carlo, Monaco, inheritance

        85. Stern, Leonard Norman, 65, $2.2 billion, New York, real estate

        88. Fisher, Donald George, 75, $2.1 billion, San Francisco, Gap

        88. Fisher, Doris Feigenbaum, 72, $2.1 billion, San Francisco, Gap

        88. Getty, Gordon Peter, 68, $2.1 billion, San Francisco, inheritance

        88. Hostetter, Amos Barr Jr., 66, $2.1 billion, Boston, cable TV

        88. Pohlad, Carl, 88, $2.1 billion, Minneapolis, banking

        88. Spangler, Clemmie Dixon Jr., 71, $2.1 billion, Charlotte, N.C., investments

        88. Zell, Samuel, 62, $2.1 billion, Chicago, real estate

        -cont-

 
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