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Forbes magazine announces the list world billionaires. Here are some on the list from the Hudson Valley. (March 4, 2013)

Hudson Valley's billionaires

Here are the Hudson Valley tycoons who made Forbes magazine's 2013 list of the world's billionaires. (March 4, 2013)

No. 30 on the Forbes magazine list of
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No. 30 on the Forbes magazine list of the world's billionaires: George Soros of Katonah, 82, worth $19 billion (hedge funds, self-made). (March 4, 2013)

No. 66 on Forbes magazine's 2013 list of
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No. 66 on Forbes magazine's 2013 list of billionaires is Mark Zuckerberg, 28, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook. (March 4, 2013)

No. 166 on the Forbes magazine list of
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No. 166 on the Forbes magazine list of billionaires: Ralph Lauren, 73, of Bedford, worth $6.5 billion (fashion). March 4, 2013)

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No. 423 on the Forbes magazine list of
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No. 423 on the Forbes magazine list of billionaires: Donald Trump, 66, who went to school in the Hudson Valley and owns a golf course in Briarcliff Manor; worth $3.2 billion (television, real estate).

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No. 490 on the Forbes magazine list of billionaires: : Daniel Och, 52, of Scarsdale, worth $2.9 billion (hedge funds, self-made).

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No. 527 on the Forbes magazine list of billionaires: David Rockefeller Sr., 97, of Sleepy Hollow, worth $2.7 billion (Standard Oil, banking).

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No. 922 on the Forbes magazine list of billionaires: David Gottesman, 86, of Rye, worth $1.65 billion (investments, self-made).

No. 1,175 on the Forbes magazine of billionaires:
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No. 1,175 on the Forbes magazine of billionaires: Nelson Peltz, 70, of Bedford, worth $1.2 billion (investments, self-made).

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