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Top 10 Wealthiest Billionaire Females Of The Planet 2015 Featured

17 March 2015
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Regardless of unemployment and recession, here are some of the worlds wanted women who managed to acquire enormous quantity of wealth and also provide employment to others. In the first week of March, Forbes has presented with the richest women on this planet, 2015. Here is the list of top 10 richest women on the planet, 2015.

1. Christy Walton: 41.7 billion dollar

Christy Walton

Christy Walton is the richest females on the planet, with an estimated worth of 41.7 billion dollar. The Walton family is the founder of the world's biggest retailer Wal-Mart. The company has more than 8,970 retailers across the world. Her husband, John Walton, was one of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton’s four children. John died in a private plane crash in 2005, leaving his stake in the company to his wife.

2. Liliane Bettencourt: 40.7 billion dollar

Liliane Bettencourt

She is the oldest females within the record, aged 92 years. Bettencourt is the richest in Europe with a heavy purse carrying 40.7 billion dollar. Thanks to her father’s cosmetics brand L’Oreal, a Paris-based company that now manages Lancome and Garnier. This woman was just 15-years-old when she joined her father's cosmetic company. Although she still owns the fortune, she is suffering from dementia, and it is now managed by her daughter, Françoise Bettencourt Meyers, and her two grandsons.

3. Alice Walton: 39.4 billion dollar

Alice Walton

The daughter of the founder of Wal-Mart. With an estimated worth of 39.4 billion dollar, she is the biggest philanthropic in the Walton family. She is the sister-in-law of Christy Walton. In 2011, she established the Crystal Bridges art Museum in Bentonville, Ark.

4. Jacqueline Mars: 26.6 billion dollars

Jacqueline Mars

She is the daughter of Forrest Mars, who was once the founder of the biggest candy enterprise, Mars incorporated. Jacqueline Mars, alongside together with her two brother inherited the company after their father expired in 1999. Frank Mars, grandfather, started cooking up the industry in 1911 from his house in Tacoma, Wash. Mars Inc. Makes M&M’s as well as Milky way and Snickers bars.

5. Maria Franca Fissolo: 23.4 billion dollars

Maria Franca Fissolo

Maria Franca Fissolo is the widow of Michele Ferrero, who made the world go crazy for his sweet products like Nutella, Ferrero Rocher, Kinder Eggs, Tic Tacs and many more. She has a net worth of 23.4 billion dollars.

6. Laurene Powell Jobs: 19.5 billion dollars

Laurene Powell Jobs

Laurene Powell Jobs is the widow of Steve jobs, who was the co-founder of Apple. This woman is the founder and chair of Emerson Collective. She runs an group that aims at making use of entrepreneurship in an effort to strengthen social reforms as good as aid under-resourced scholars. Laurene Jobs inherited her fortune in 2011 when her husband, Steve Jobs, died from pancreatic cancer. She got his shares in Apple and Walt Disney, making her Disney’s greatest stockholder.

7. Anne Cox Chambers: 17 billion dollars

Anne Cox Chambers

Anne Cox Chambers is the major owner of Cox Enterprises, a media conglomerate, which was founded by James M Cox. She has an estimate worth of 17 billion dollars in her pocket.

8. Susanne Klatten: 16.8 billion dollars

Susanne Klatten

Susanna Klatten is the richest female in Germany. She nearly owns 50 percent of tremendous vehicle organization BMW, along with her mother and brother. Klatten has inherited 12.6 percent stake within the car manufacturer after her father's dying in 1982. She inherited his shares in BMW as well as the chemical company Altana.

9. Johanna Quandt: 13.9 billion dollars

Johanna Quandt

Johanna Quandt was Herbert Quandt’s secretary at BMW before she became his third wife. When he died, she along with her daughter and son inherited a stake from BMW.

10. Iris Fontbona: 13.8 billion dollars

Iris Fontbona

Iris Fontbona is a widow of Chilean billionaire Andronico Luksic, who controlled the world’s seventh-biggest copper producer, Antofagasta and Quinenco. Luksic died of cancer in 2005 and left the business to his spouse and three sons. The company trades on the London Stock Exchange.

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