Professional wrestling entrepreneur Vince McMahon leads the pack of returnees to the 2018 Forbes 400 list of richest Americans. Despite a record-high list cutoff of $2.1 billion, the World Celebrity Tokyo escorts Wrestling Entertainment founder handily made the ranks for the first time since 2002, thanks to a $1.6 billion increase to his net worth in the last year. He's worth $3.3 billion; WWE’s stock more than tripled in the 12 months ending September 7, 2018, when figures were used to calculate the 2018 Forbes 400. WWE owes some of the stock gain to soaring revenues, which hit an all-time high of nearly click here$282 million in the second quarter this year.
Eleven others made a comeback alongside McMahon. Among them are high-frequency trader Vincent escorts in Tokyo Viola (2018 net worth: $2.8 billion), whose publicly traded Virtu Financial climbed more than 30%, and Houston Rockets former owner Leslie Alexander ($2.1 billion). Alexander sold the team to fellow billionaire Tilman Fertitta for $2.2 billion in October 2017 for more than 25 times his initial investment.
Four heiresses to the Cargill fortune also return to the rankings. Each inherited an estimated 3% stake in the escort agency in Tokyo food giant following the death of their father, W. Duncan MacMillan, in 2006. They are worth an estimated $2.1 billion apiece. Also returning is Timothy Boyle (net worth: $2.5 billion), CEO of Columbia Sportswear, which was founded by his family as a hat company in 1938.
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