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Who are the richest women in the world?


When Jeff Bezos, president of Amazon and the richest man in the world, agreed with his wife Mackenzie to divorce, she became the world's third richest woman

Under the separation deal, McKinsey holds a 4 percent stake in Amazon, which is equivalent to $ 35.6 billion

But who else is on the list of the world's richest women? How did they reach these centers

First: Françoise Bettencourt Meyers
The net worth of $ 49.3 billion, making it 15th in the world's richest list, according to Forbes magazine
?Who is she
Is the heir to France's L'Oréal Cosmetics, which owns 33 percent of the company
Myers, 65, inherited her fortune from her mother Lilian Betancourt, who died in 2017 at the age of 94. The relationship between the two deteriorated, and a long dispute broke out between them in 2007
Françoise filed a lawsuit in which she argued that she had fears that her mother would be exploited by her surroundings as her health deteriorated. But the two women reached reconciliation before the mother died one year
Françoise holds an academic degree and has published books on Greek gods and Christian-Jewish relations


Second : Alice Walton
The net worth of its wealth is $ 44.4 billion, making it 17th among the world's richest
?Who is she
She is the daughter of Sam Walton, the founder of American retailer Walmart
But unlike her brothers, Alice, 69, left the family business and focused on the arts, where she served as chairman of the Crystal Bridge Museum of American Art in her hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas



Third: McKenzie Bezos
The net worth of its wealth is at least $ 35.6 billion, which is the value of its stake in Amazon, but its wealth may go beyond that. Forbes' list of the world's richest people should be followed up in 2020 to see how far their wealth exceeds current figures
?Who is she
McKenzie, 48, married Jeff Bezos in 1993 after they met each other while working in an investment hedge fund. She had four children
McKinsey, from California, was among the first to work for Amazon, where she worked with accounts. Two novels were published, praised and trained by author Tony Morrison, who described her as one of her best students
McKinsey, who was named McKenzie Tuttle before her marriage, founded an anti-bullying association called Bay standard Revolution that promotes "simple habits of kindness, courage, and containment


Fourth: Jacqueline Mars
The net worth of wealth: $ 23.9 billion. She was ranked 33th among the world's wealthiest people before declaring the terms of the divorce of McKinsey Bezos which applies to the rest of the women on this list
?Who is she
Jacqueline, 79, owns one-third of Mars, the world's largest confectionery company, founded by her grandfather Frank in 1911
She worked in the family company for about 20 years and remained a member of the board until 2016
She is currently described as a loving lady of good deeds, enjoying membership in boards of directors of artistic and cultural institutions

Fifth: Yang Huiyan
The net worth of its wealth is $ 22.1 billion, making it 42nd among the world's rich
?Who is she
The 37-year-old is the largest part of the Chinese real estate giant Country Garden Holdings, which has installed a wave of real estate boom in China
The Country Garden website says it was the third largest real estate developer in the world in 2016
Huiyan, who graduated from Ohio State University, inherited her father's majority stake in the Chinese company, which is 57 percent

Sixth: Susanne Klatten
The net worth of its wealth: $ 21 billion, making it the 46th richest among the world
?Who is she
She is the second European in the list. The fortune of the German businesswoman, 56, includes car and pharmaceutical companies
Klatten inherited 50 percent of Atlanta AG Pharmaceuticals after her parents died, while she and her brother owned 50 percent of BMW Motor Co
Later, Atlanta became a full-fledged company and acquired stakes in several companies ranging from wind production to graphite production



Seventh: Laurene Powell Jobs
The net worth of its wealth is $ 18 billion, ranking 54th among the world's richest
?Who is she
Is the widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs, who inherited with her family shares in Apple and Disney worth about 20 billion dollars after the death of her husband
Since then, Lauren, 55, has invested in journalism, buying a majority stake in The Atlantic magazine, as well as investing in two non-profit magazines, Mather Jones and Probableka
She has also invested in e-writing schools for programs and founded the Emerson Collective Society, which is working on education and migration reforms
In May 2018, Powell Jobs spent $ 16.8 million to buy a six-bedroom palace in San Francisco overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge

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