Nine Georgia residents were on Forbes’ annual list of billionaires released on Monday.
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Georgia billionaires, and their net worth
No. 80: Anne Cox Chambers, a principal owner of Cox Enterprises, owner of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, $12 billion.
No. 198: Jim Kennedy, chairman of Cox Enterprises, $6 billion.
No. 308: S. Truett Cathy, founder of Chick-fil-A, $4.2 billion.
No. 437: Bernie Marcus, Home Depot co-founder and Georgia Aquarium benefactor, $3.1 billion.
No. 736: Ted Turner, Turner Broadcasting and CNN founder, $2 billion.
No. 931: Arthur Blank, Home Depot co-founder and owner of the Atlanta Falcons, $1.6 billion.
No. 1,250: Jeffrey Lorberbaum, chairman and CEO of Mohawk Industries, $1.15 billion.
No. 1,268: Edir Macedo, religious leader and owner of Brazil broadcaster Rede Record, $1.1 billion
No. 1,342: Sara Blakely, founder of undergarment maker Spanx, $1 billion.