Billionaire Austinites

Dated: July 8 2016

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Who Are The 5 Richest Men In Austin?



#1: Michael Dell, the chairman and CEO of Dell has an estimated net worth of $19.8 billion.


#2: John Paul DeJoria, co-founder of Paul Mitchell and Patrón Tequila has an estimated  net worth of $2.9 billion.



#3 & #4: Robert Smith and Brian Sheth, co-founders of Austin-based Vista Equity Partners. Smith's net worth is $2.5 billion, while Sheth makes the cut with $1.1 billion.


#5: David Booth, co-founder of Dimensional Fund advisors comes in with an estimated net worth of $1.3 billion. 


Who will be next? 


Sources are Forbes Magazine and Nicole Raney with Culture Map Austin


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