14 Area Billionaires Make the Forbes List of America’s Richest

Like it or not, the rich keep getting richer.
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American billionaires are getting richer. In its new list of the richest American
billionaires
, Forbes notes that the dozen on
the magazine’s cover, including Washington’s
David Rubenstein and
Steve Case, are worth a combined $126 billion. The combined net worth of the 400 Americans who
make up the full list is $1.7 trillion. Furthermore, back when the list started in
1982, the cutoff for the list was a net worth of $75 million. Now it’s $1.1 billion.

Washington’s—and Baltimore’s—contribution is about where it’s been: 14 individuals
get a mention. At the top is Mars candy heiress
Jacqueline Mars with $17 billion. She ranks 16th overall. At the lower end is Washington Redskins
owner
Dan Snyder, with $1.1 billion and a rank of 392.

Here are the Washington- and Baltimore-area billionaires who make the cut, with their
rank:

16: Jacqueline Mars, candy, $17 billion

100: Ted Lerner, owner of the Washington Nationals, $3.9 billion

118: Mitchell Rales, co-owner of the Danaher Corporation, $3.4 billion

120: Steven Rales, co-owner of the Danaher Corporation, $3.3 billion

250: William Conway Jr., cofounder of the Carlyle Group, $1.9 billion

250: Daniel D’Aniello, cofounder of the Carlyle Group. $1.9 billion

250: Richard Marriott, hotel heir, $1.9 billion

250: David Rubenstein, cofounder of the Carlyle Group, $1.9 billion

285: Steve Case, founder of AOL, $1.7 billion

298: Stephen Bisciotti, owner of the Baltimore Ravens, $1.6 billion

298: Bill Marriott, Jr., hotel heir, $1.6 billion

345: Kevin Plank, creator of Under Armour, $1.35 billion

360: Bernard Saul II, banking and real estate, $1.2 billion

392: Dan Snyder, Washington Redskins, $1.1 billion

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