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Bezos, Gates and Buffett top embattled Forbes ‘Billionaires’ list

By Reuters
10 March 2019   |   11:00 am
Billionaires as a whole may have lost a bit of their reach and wealth in 2018, but the heavy hitters are still on top, according to Forbes Magazine, which released its 33rd annual World Billionaires List.

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