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  1. Member. Since starting his on track career in 1994, Rob has primarily focused his efforts on racing vintage sports cars …. Over the years, Rob’s involvement has expanded to include a variety of cars from 1600 c.c. Alfa Romeos to 427 Corvettes …. He has competed in over 60 events in the U. S., Europe, Africa, and Mexico ….

  2. كلية الحقوق بجامعة كولومبيا. المهنة. رجل أعمال ، ومحامٍ. الثروة. 44300000000 دولار أمريكي (2019) [2] تعديل مصدري - تعديل. إس. روبسون والتون ( بالإنجليزية: S. Robson Walton )‏ هو محامي وشخصية أعمال أمريكي ، ولد في ...

  3. 6 de fev. de 2024 · Rob Walton, also known as Samuel Robson Walton, is an American billionaire heir to Walmart’s fortune. His net worth is $250 billion USD, and most of his wealth consists of undisclosed assets. Walton owns the Denver Broncos NFL team and has disbursed over $10 billion in divorce compensations and maintenance after being wedded 3 times.

  4. 16 de jun. de 2023 · Helen Robson Walton (1919–2007) Helen Robson Walton was a noted philanthropist. Her husband, Walmart Inc. founder Sam Walton, called her one of his best advisors. When ranked as one of the world’s wealthiest women and asked for a description of her work, she defined herself simply as “volunteer to community, state and nation.”.

  5. 21 de abr. de 2007 · Helen Robson Walton, whose husband, Sam Walton, founded Wal-Mart Stores and relied on her for advice, died on Thursday at her home in Bentonville, Ark. She was 87. Ms. Walton died of natural ...

  6. 27 de jun. de 2016 · S Robson Walton has not been actively trading shares of Walmart in the last ninety days. Most recently, S Robson Walton sold 1,244,347 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Friday, June 14th. The shares were sold at an average price of $66.63, for a transaction totalling $82,910,840.61.

  7. Brother of John Walton, who died when his ultralight aircraft crashed in late June. Fortune created by Sam Walton (d. 1992), J.C. Penney clerk who opened first discount store in Rogers, Ark. 1962. Took Wal-Mart public 1970. Spectacular growth since, but stock lately softening on shrinking profits.