Property mogul Wang Jianlin is one of China’s richest men.
The self-made billionaire is chairman of Dalian Wanda, a real estate and entertainment conglomerate.
Jeff Bezos founded Amazon (AMZN,Tech30) in 1994 after working on Wall Street for about eight years.
He continues to serve as the company’s chairman and CEO, overseeing a corporate evolution where Amazon expanded its sales focus from books to an endless range of consumer goods.
Amazon Studios is now increasingly competing in the same league as Netflix (NFLX,Tech30) and established cable networks like HBO.
He met his now-wife Mackenzie Bezos when they worked together at the investment firm D. E. Shaw.
They married in the early 1990s and worked to start Amazon together.
Mackenzie, an author, also founded Bystander Revolution in 2014, an anti-bullying organization.
French businessman Bernard Arnault is chairman and CEO of the luxury goods conglomerate LVMH.
The company owns well-known brands including Fendi, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, TAG Heuer and Benefit Cosmetics.
The Arnault family own a 5.6% stake in the group, which has a market value of 85 billion euros ($92.5 billion).
Arnault’s second wife Helene Mercier is an acclaimed pianist from Quebec.
Facebook (FB, Tech30) founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, 31, andPriscilla Chan, 30, are the youngest couple on this list.
They met at Harvard and weremarried in 2012, a day after his social media company begantrading on Wall Street.
In 2010, Zuckerberg signed the Giving Pledge, committing to give away the majority of his wealth to philanthropic causes.
In 2014, Zuckerberg and Chan announced they would donate $25 million to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation to combat Ebola.
Jim Walton is the youngest son ofWal-Mart (WMT) founder Samuel Walton.
He is on the board of directors of Wal-Mart and is also chairman and CEO at Arvest Bank Group, which operates in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
Jim is also chairman of a newspaper group called Community Publishers, Inc.
Source: CNN Money