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Richest women in the World

Charlene De Carvalho-Heineken (Net Revenue – $15.8 Billion)

Charlene De Carvalho-Heineken is a businesswoman and was born in June 1954. She owns 25% shares in Heineken International. This is the third largest brewery company in the world. In the United Kingdom, she is one of the richest women. She has completed her education in Law from the University of Leiden. According to a report, she is the tenth richest person in the UK and one of the wealthiest women in Dutch. After acquiring the £3 billion of the property, after the death of her father, she became the richest person of Dutch.

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Abigail Johnson (Net Revenue – $15.9 Billion)

Abigail Johnson was born in 1961. By profession, she is an American businesswoman and an alumnus of Abigail, Harvard Business School. She started her career with a company founded by her grandfather, Fidelity Investment as a portfolio manager. After some time, she became the CEO and President of the company and became the most powerful women in the world. She owned 49% shares of the company in 2014. And, she became the chairman of the company in 2016 and took up the additional charges. In 2016, she ranked as sixteenth most powerful women in the world. Her net worth is $15.9 billion.

Iris Fontbona (Net Revenue – $16.3 Billion)

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Iris Fontbona is a businesswoman by profession. She was born in 1942 and a resident of Santiago, Chile. She became the owner of Antofagasta PLC after the death of his husband. Antofagasta PLC is one of the largest mining company in the world. Apart from this, she also involved in other operations including a handful of serious investments within both energy infrastructures of Chile, operation within the largest brewer of Chile, the central bank of Chile. She has a net worth of $ 16.3 billion. Recently she denoted $ 4.3 million to the children with physical disabilities.

Gina Rinehart (Net Revenue – $17.4 Billion)

Gina Rinehart is the daughter of Lang Hancock, founder, and chairman of Hancock Prospecting. By profession, her father was a bush pilot and a pastoral farmer. In 1952, he founded a red spot on the bank of the Pilbara river gorge. That red spot is classified as the best iron ore than the other found in Australia. Through this company, she became the seventh wealthiest women in the world and the richest women of Australia. Het net revenue is recorded as to be $ 17.4 billion.

Laurene Powell Jobs (Net Revenue – $18.8 Billion)

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Laurene Powell Jobs is the companion of Late Steve Jobs, owner of Apple. After his death, she is holding a share of 38.5 million of Apple and 8 percent share of Disney company. She starts out as a philanthropist and gradually gets the skills to take care of the green company after her husband's death. She holds a company named “College Track,” an educational institute which helps the young generation to obtain high school degrees and university degrees.

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