Ten Billionaires Who Are Over 90 Years old.

Below are the Richest Billionaires who never get tired of building their  Billion dollar Empire. First on the list is Karl Albrecht with net worth of $26 billion. He may not be the oldest but sure is the Richest among them at the age of 93.

10 Karl Albrecht

Net Worth: $26 billion                       Age: 93                            Country: Germany

Forbes  #18 Billionaires

Forbes #1 in Germany

Forbes  #10 in 2012

Karl Hans Albrecht is a German businessman who founded Aldi, short for (Albrecht Discount) with his late brother Theo.  The Aldi group operates over 8,000 stores in 3 continents: Europe, America and Australia.  He is famously secretive man who has not been seen in public as often as most billionaires do.  Albrecht is Germany’s number one wealthiest and 18th in the world according to Forbes.

9 Anne Cox Chambers

 Net Worth: $12 billion              Age: 93                              Country: United States

Forbes #80 Billionaires

Forbes #30 in United States

Forbes #61 in 2012

#32 Forbes 400

Anne Cox is the daughter of James M. Cox, who founded the Cox Enterprises in 1898 in Dayton Ohio.  Cox Enterprises is a privately owned and controlled by 93 year old Billionaire Anne Cox Chambers. The company owns Cox Media Group which operates broadcast television and radio, print and several non-daily publications and Valpak. Cox Enterprises also controls Cox Communications, a broadband communications and entertainment company providing digital cable television, telecommunications and wireless services in the United States. Among others are Manheim Auctions which is an automobile auction company and AutoTrader.com which is an online marketplace for car shoppers and sellers. She’s number 80 in the World’s billionaires list and number 30 richest in the US.

8 Sulaiman Al Rajhi & Family

Net Worth: $6 billion                  Age: 93            Country: Saudi Arabia

Forbes #198 Billionaires

Forbes #4 in Saudi Arabia

Forbes #169 in 2012

The Al Rajhi Family is the majority share holders of Al Rajhi Bank, one of the largest companies in Saudi Arabia and the largest Islamic bank in the world.  They are famously known by Saudi Arabians as wealthiest non-royals and philanthropists. Part of his billion dollar fortune has been donated to charity.

7 S. Truett Cathy

Net Worth: $4.2 billion                    Age: 91                 Country: United States

Forbes  #308 Billionaires

Forbes #98 in United States

Forbes  #960 in 2012

#89 Forbes 400

Self-made billionaire and founder of Chick-fil-A is one of the richest and oldest billionaires. This year Forbes listed Tuett Cathy at the 308th spot from 980th in 2012.  His fast food restaurant Chick-fil-A is based in Atlanta suburb of College Park, Georgia with over 1,700 chains in 38 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. The restaurant is best known for their chicken sandwiches. In observance of the Christian Sabbath Sunday rest, all Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed for business on Sunday.

6 Aloysio de Andrade Faria 

Net Worth  $3.8 B               Age 92                    Country:  Brazil

Forbes #353 Billionaires

Forbes #15 in Brazil

Forbes #255 in 2012

Aloysio de Andrade Faria is a Brazilian banker and a doctor by profession. He is the son of Clemente de Faria founder of Banco da Lavoura  which is known today as Banco Real S.A. When his father died, Aloysio took over the company which he sold for $2.1 billion to Dutch bank ABN Amro in 1998.

He then created the Alfa Group , a conglomerate of several companies including Alfa Bank, C & C Home and Construction, Transamerica, La Basque, and Agropalma.

5 Karl Wlaschek 

Net Worth: $4.8 billion             Age: 95                   Country: Austria

Forbes #262 Billionaires

Forbes  #3 in Austria

Forbes #223 in 2012

Karl Wlaschek is the founder of the Austrian supermarket chain BILLA which he sold for 1.1 billion euros in 1996. He’s been investing in real estate and ownes some of the largest private real estates in Austria. Wlaschek is the third wealthiest man in Austria with net worth of $4.8 billion and among the oldest Billionaires of the World according to Forbes.

4 Kirk Kerkorian

 Net Worth: $3.3 billion                    Age: 95                        Country: United States

Forbes #412 Billionaires

Forbes #135 in United States

Forbes #344 in 2012

#142 Forbes 400

Kerkor "Kirk" Kerkorian known as the "father of the mega-resort” and one of the important figures in shaping Las Vegas. An American businessman and president/CEO of Tracinda Corporation  which was named after his two daughters Tracy and Linda. The company is headquartered on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. At 95 he is still one of the world’s richest men.

3 Wang Yung-tsai

Net Worth: $3 billion                   Age: 92                               Country: Taiwan

Forbes  #11 Taiwan's 50 Richest

Forbes #10 in 2012

Forbes #458 Billionaires

Forbes  #9 in Taiwan

Taiwanese Billionaire founded Formosa Plastics Group in 1958. FPG is a conglomerate of various pursuits including biotechnology, petrochemical processing and production of electronics components. Yang- tsai is Taiwan’s ninth wealthiest man and ranked 458th Billionaire in the World.

2 David Rockefeller, Sr.

Net Worth: $2.7 billion                 Age: 97                    Country: United States

Forbes  #527 Billionaires

Forbes  #181 in United States

Forbes #491 in 2012

#151 Forbes 400

Still the oldest and one of the richest billionaires, David Rockefeller, Sr. is an American businessman and philanthropist. He is the only surviving grandchild of oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, founder of Standard Oil.  He was formerly chairman and chief executive of Chase Manhattan Bank known today as JPMorgan Chase Bank after it merged with of J.P. Morgan & Co. in 2000.  At 97 he tops the list of Forbes Oldest Billionaires of 2013.

1 Henry Hillman

Net Worth: $2.3 billion             Age: 94                  Country: United States

Forbes #641 Billionaires

Forbes #221 in United States

Forbes  #578 in 2012

#218 Forbes 400

Henry Hillman, richest man in Pittsburgh is the son of J.H. Hillman Jr. a coal, steel and gas baron who founded Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical. He inherited and oversaw the company after his father’s death in 1959. He runs the Hillman Company, a privately owned investment firm with main focus on information technology, telecommunications, product distribution, energy and natural resources, real estate development and manufacturing. He is the founder of the Hillman Foundation which is one of the most important foundations in Pittsburg. A known Philanthropist who recently pledged $20 million to cancer research, $10 million to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.

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