Achievements

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      S. Robson Walton had a vision of making Wal-Mart grow rapidly. His efforts helped the firm rise it’s sales to $405 Billion, and employ around 2.1 Million people across 28 countries. He was ranked at number 9 in 2013 among the 400 richest people’s list in America.

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      He is a Founding Director of Southern Bancorp, a community development bank focusing on rural communities.

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      S. Robson Walton received a Juris Doctor degree in 1969 from the Columbia University School of Law.

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      The Walton Family Foundation donated more than $310 Million to charity in 2013, which included more than $160 Million towards educational reform and more than $90 Million towards freshwater and marine conservation.

Wal-Mart is the biggest retailer in the world with gross sales of over $405 Billion.

S. Robson Walton purchased new house in New York, which has 3 bedrooms and is worth $20 Million.

Possessions

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      S. Robson Walton acquires a venture capital firm named Madrone Capital Partners, which owns a share in the Hyatt Hotels worth approximately $600 Million.

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      S. Robson Walton bought a new house in New York consists of 3 bedrooms and beautiful view having an estimated value of $20 Million.

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      S. Robson Walton owns a custom, gilded Ferrari, which he bought in the year 2009.

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      S. Robson Walton seems to be the co-owner of a 2008 Dassault Falcon 7X bearing the serial number 7X-26, associated with the SCB Association.

Interesting Facts

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      S. Robson Walton is currently one of the trustees of The College of Wooster.

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      S. Robson Walton had set up the Walton Family Foundation. The Foundation donated close to $300 Million to the University of Arkansas. A generous philanthropist, he serves as a Director of The Walton Family Foundation.

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      He is popular for carrying a notebook with when he is out on trips to take notes and write down names.

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      S. Robson Walton is believed to hold hunting licenses in Arkansas, North Dakota, and Alaska.

S. Robson Walton is now the trustee of his former college, the College of Wooster.