Pittsburgh Residents Included in Forbes’ 2024 List of Billionaires

Pittsburgh’s Billionaires Make Forbes’ 2024 List: Tepper, Cuban and Hardy Join the Ranks

The latest Forbes list of the world’s billionaires includes several individuals with ties to Pittsburgh. The 2024 list features 2,781 billionaires with a combined net worth of $14.2 trillion, calculated using stock prices and exchange rates as of March 8, 2024.

Among the Pittsburghers on the list are Maggie Hardy, Mark Cuban, and David Tepper. Thomas Tull and Ron Burkle, who also have connections to the city, made the list as well. Tepper, known for founding Appaloosa Management and owning the Carolina Panthers, was ranked at No. 94 with a net worth of $20.6 billion. Cuban, who sold his majority stake in the Dallas Mavericks last year, came in at No. 563 with a net worth of $5.4 billion. Hardy, the owner and CEO of 84 Lumber, earned spot No. 775 with a net worth of $4.1 billion. Tull and Burkle each have a net worth of $3 billion and were ranked at No. 1,104 and No. 1359 respectively.

Tepper grew up in Pittsburgh and attended both the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University before becoming one of the greatest hedge fund managers of his generation. Cuban hails from Mt Lebanon and attended UPitt before selling his stake in the Mavericks last year to become one of Forbes’ youngest self-made billionaires at age 60 . Hardy took control of her family business after her father’s passing in

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