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|Date of Birth||October 28, 1944|
|Source of Wealth||Wal-Mart|
|Education||University of Arkansas, Columbia Law School|
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.
He is a Founding Director of Southern Bancorp, a community development bank focusing on rural communities.
S. Robson Walton received a Juris Doctor degree in 1969 from the Columbia University School of Law.
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.
S. Robson Walton acquires a venture capital firm named Madrone Capital Partners, which owns a share in the Hyatt Hotels worth approximately $600 Million.
S. Robson Walton bought a new house in New York consists of 3 bedrooms and beautiful view having an estimated value of $20 Million.
S. Robson Walton owns a custom, gilded Ferrari, which he bought in the year 2009.
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.
S. Robson Walton is currently one of the trustees of The College of Wooster.
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.
He is popular for carrying a notebook with when he is out on trips to take notes and write down names.
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.