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  1. Jim Walton - Wikipedia

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    Jim Walton was born in Newport, Jackson County, Arkansas, the third child of Walmart co-founder Sam Walton (1918–1992) and Helen Walton (1919–2007), with siblings Rob Walton, Alice Walton, and John Walton (1946 – 2005).

    • Businessman, stock trader
    • US$62.3 billion (As of 10 July 2021[update])
  2. Jim Walton - Forbes

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    Jul 22, 2021 · Jim Walton is the youngest son of Walmart founder Sam Walton. He is chairman of the family's Arvest Bank, which today boasts assets of more than $20 billion. Jim sat on Walmart's board for more ...

  3. Jim Walton Definition - Investopedia

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    Jan 14, 2021 · Jim Walton: Born in 1948 in Newport, Arkansas, Jim Walton is the third and youngest son of Walmart founder Sam Walton. Jim Walton earned his wealth from Walmart; his annual income in Walmart ...

  4. Jim C. Walton | Making Change at Walmart

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    Family: Third child (and youngest son) of Sam and Helen Walton; sibling of Rob, Alice, and John (deceased). Wife Lynne McNabb Walton; children Alice A. Proietti (b. November 1979), Steuart L. Walton (b. April 1981), Thomas L. Walton (b. September 1983), and James M. Walton (b. August 1987) Age: 65 (born June 1948) Current residence: Bentonville, AR

    Estimated net worth: $34.7 billion (as of March 2014) The Walton family owns a majority stake in Walmart. Most of the family’s shares are held by Walton Enterprises, the family holding company that Jim manages with his siblings Rob and Alice, both directly and through their trusteeship of their late brother John’s estate. The Waltons’ stake in Walmart only recently crossed the 50% threshold, and this has implications under New York Stock Exchange rules, as a Bloomberg story recently explained, “[Some] institutional investors are expressing concern that the founding family’s stake allows the chain to have a minority of independent directors. As a result of buybacks, the Waltons own at least 50.9 percent of outstanding shares, up from about 39 percent a decade ago. Under New York Stock Exchange rules, that makes Wal-Mart a controlled company, allowing it to opt out of a requirement to have a majority of independent directors.” As a member of Walmart’s Board of Directors, Walton also r...

    Education University of Arkansas: Bachelor’s degree, 1971 Professional Jim Walton joinedthe Walmart board in September 2005, replacing his brother John, who died in a plane crash in June 2005. He is currently a member of the board’s Executive Committee. Walmart shareholders have increasingly expressed concern about Walton’s leadership of the company. In 2013, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System voted against allof Walmart’s board members, including Jim Walton. Walton is the Chairman and CEO of the family’s Arvest Bank. The family banking business began in 1961 when Sam and Helen Walton purchased the Bank of Bentonville for about $300,000; Arvest now has more than 240 branches in Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. It is the largest bank in Arkansas by deposits and the largest bank in Oklahoma by locations. Jim Walton reportedlybegan his banking career as a teller at the second bank his parents purchased, the Bank of Pea Ridge. Jim Walton co-founded Community Publi...

    Jim Walton is recognized as a prolific donor to politicians at both the federal and state level—indeed, in 2006 and 2010, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazettereported that Walton topped the list of Arkansans giving directly to candidates or political action committees. Federal contributions Jim Walton has given $636,000 in federal elections since the beginning of the 2008 election cycle—98% went to Republicans or Republican-affiliated political action committees. Walton made headlinesfor some of his largest contributions: a total of $200,000 to Restore Our Future, the super PAC associated with Mitt Romney’s 2012 run for President, and another $100,000 to Our Destiny, the super PAC associated with Jon Huntsman in 2012. Extreme right-wing agenda Jim Walton has a troubling history of supporting an extreme right-wing agenda through his political contributions. His preferred causes are anti-LGBT, anti-civil rights, and anti-public education. 1. Anti-civil rights: JimWalton drew attention in lat...

    Walton Family Foundation: Board of Directors
    Arkansas Public School Resource Center:Member, Policy Board. APRSC is an organization supportingcharter schools and “school choice.”
    Economics Arkansas: Board member of non-profit organization promotingchildren’s education in free-market economics.
    Northwest Arkansas Council: Walton stepped down as Presiding Co-Chair in June 2013. The council is a regional development non-profit whose original membership included Arkansas business magnates su...
  5. Jim Walton Biography – Facts, Childhood, Family Life ...

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    Jim Walton was born James Carr Walton, on June 7, 1948, in Newport, Arkansas, to Sam and Helen Walton. He was born into one of the richest business families in the country. His father, Sam, had co-founded the world’s largest retailer company ‘Walmart’ with his brother, Bud Walton, in 1962, when Jim was 14 years old.

  6. James Robert Walton | The Waltons Wiki | Fandom

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    James Robert "Jim-Bob" Walton (born June 13, 1924) is the youngest Walton boy, and the 6th child of Olivia Walton and John Walton. His twin, Joseph Walton, died at birth. James Robert is referred to as "Jim-Bob" and, although he tries to shake it off as he gets older, the nickname sticks. Always fascinated with aviation ( The Air Mail Man ), in later episodes he wants joins the Air Force as ...

  7. Who is Jim Walton? | Fox Business

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    Jun 07, 2020 · Jim Walton turned 72 on Sunday.. The youngest son of Walmart founder Sam Walton is among the richest men in the world and currently serves as the CEO and Chairman of Arvest Bank Group, Inc ...

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  8. Jim Walton Net Worth 2021 And Biography | Glusea.com

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    Jun 28, 2021 · Jim Walton net worth is $65 billion. He is ranked as the 19th richest person in the world by Bloomberg. He is chairman of the family’s Arvest Bank, which today boasts assets of more than $20 billion. Advertisement. Walmart was founded in 1962 by Sam Walton.

  9. Jim Walton's Net Worth in 2021 | Wealthy Gorilla

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    As of 2021, Jim Walton’s net worth is roughly $64.2 billion, making him one of the richest people in the world. James “Jim” Carr Walton is an heir to the fortune of Walmart, the world’s largest retailer. Walton is the youngest son of Sam Walton and their family is known of being one of the wealthiest families in the world.

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