The wealthiest continent in the world is Europe. Europe owns just below $33 trillion dollars in assets, making it the richest continent. North America takes a close second, with assets worth $32.7 trillion. More »

As of 2015, some of the world's wealthiest athletes are Michael Jordan, Michael Schumacher, Arnold Palmer, Roger Staubach and Tiger Woods. Each has a net worth of more than $500 million. More »

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As of June 2015, the three richest men in the world are Bill Gates, Carlos Slim Helu and Warren Buffet, with each of these three individuals owning personal wealth exceeding $70 billion. Some other very wealthy individua... More »

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According to Forbes, the world's richest person in 2014 is Bill Gates, one of the founders of Microsoft. Gates is one of the world's 1,645 billionaires, who have a combined total wealth of $6.4 trillion. More »

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The richest kids in the world include teenage entrepreneurs such as Nick D'Aloisio, who sold his mobile app to Yahoo! for $30 million in 2013, Sean Belnick and Juliette Brindak. Several heirs and heiresses are also count... More »

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The richest country in the world per capita is Qatar. Qatar had a total GDP of $213.784 billion and a per capita GDP of $102,785 as of 2012. More »

France is on the continent of Europe, the world's sixth-largest continent. Europe covers close to 4 million square miles, and as of 2014, it includes 47 independent countries. More »