Billionaires

The 33-year-old singer and actor's wealth mostly stems from her partial ownership of the Fenty brand.
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Nicky Oppenheimer maintains his position as the richest man in South Africa.
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The most common subjects specialised in at University by billionaires were business (including economics, accounting, or attending an MBA program), engineering, physics, mathematics, statistics and chemistry.
In London alone you can walk through Coram's Fields, or shop at Columbia Road flower market, borrow a book from a library paid for by Carnegie, or study at the Cass Business School - all fruits of wealthy individuals moved to make a difference.
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The world's richest people, better known as "the 1%", are much wealthier than it is possible to calculate, according to shocking
Evidence of increasing inequality has been accumulating for 30 years. Taxes were reduced, the financial, property and IT sectors boomed and billionaires appeared. Since then, the number of billionaires based in Britain is reported to have increased tenfold to 104.