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Residence: Grand Rapids, Mich.
What keeps him busy: Chairman of Orlando Magic, Co-founder and Chairman of Amway
In 1959, with high school best friend Jay Van Andel, DeVos started direct seller Amway, pushing everything from cosmetic to cleaners. Today Amway has more than 3 million salespeople around the world ringing up more than $7 billion in annual sales. DeVos stepped down from running the privately held company in 1993. Today he owns the Orlando Magic basketball team and has a fortune estimated at $4.4 billion.