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Sheldon Adelson, Mark Zuckerberg Make Forbes 400 List

Forbes just released their list of the top 400 richest people in America, so you know what that means: the Forward’s curated list of the top richest Jews!

Here are the first 10, but check out the

Larry Ellison: worth $47.5 billion for Oracle

Larry Ellison is still the richest Jew on the Forbes billionaires list, but some new faces have entered the exclusive club. Image by getty images

Mark Zuckerberg: worth $40.3 billion for Facebook

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has made a lot of cash as the company?s stock rockets. How much of his revenue comes from Israel? Image by getty images

Michael Bloomberg: worth $38.6 billion for Bloomberg LP

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg Image by Getty Images

Sergey Brin: worth $32.6 billion for Google

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Sheldon Adelson: worth $26 billion for casinos

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George Soros: worth $24.5 billion for hedge funds

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Steve Ballmer: worth $21.6 billion for Microsoft

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Carl Icahn: worth $20.5 billion for investments

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Michael Dell: worth $19.1 billion for Dell

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Len Blavatnik: worth $17.7 billion for diversified investments

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Donald Bren: worth $15.2 billion for real estate

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