The twelve - Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, Bill and Melinda Gates, Pete Petersen, Leon Black, Jon Bon Jovi, Marc Benioff, David Rubenstein, Steve Case, Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen and Marc Andreessen - have united to dedicate vast portions of their wealth to philanthropy.
Beyoncé and husband Jay Z are set to welcome twins this summer, joining their daughter Blue Ivy, 5. Buying new baby equipment shouldn't be much of a problem: Beyoncé and Jay Z are now officially a billion-dollar couple. Per FORBES' list of America's Wealthiest Self-Made Women--released today--Beyoncé, 35, has amassed a personal fortune of $350 million.
Barneys New York has an exclusive on a new men's and women's capsule collaboration between MadeWorn and Roc96, the latest apparel collection from Jay Z and his partners Kareem "Biggs" Burke and Emory Jones.
Jay Z, one of the most successful rappers in the world and his mega star wife Beyonce have become a billion dollar couple. According to Forbes, the superstar couple’s net worth has climbed to $1.16 billion. Jay Z accounts for most of their wealth, about $810 million to be exact. He famously retired back in 2003 but couldn’t stay away from the music business and came back to create more beats and racking up more business venture. He co-founded the clothing line Roca Wear, founded an entertainment company called Roc Nation, invested in bars and restaurants not forgetting Uber and owns a sports agency. He also founded the music streaming service Tidal in 2014. Beyonce’s wealth is estimated at $350 million. She owns a stake in Tidal, has a clothing brand called Ivy Park and runs her own management company, Parkwood Entertainment.
As Amazon seeks to continue its healthy pace of growth and leverage its massive distribution network, expanding into pharmaceutical distribution would be a logical move and natural extension of its business. With net sales of $136 billion in 2016, Amazon cannot ignore the potential growth that could be realized from the health care industry, which currently accounts for nearly 18% of U.S.