Wal-Mart's Walton family is once again among Forbes' magazine list of the world's billionaires.
The magazine ranked members of the family, which founded the world's largest retailer, at Nos. 11-12 on its annual list, with three of them tied at No. 12.
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According to the list, Jim Walton, 61, is ranked No. 11 at $17.8 billion. In a three-way tie for No. 12 are Alice Walton, 59; Christy Walton, 54 and family; and S. Robson Walton, 65. Each is worth $17.6 billion.
Jim Walton, Robson Walton and Alice Walton are the sons and daughter of Wal-Mart founder, Sam Walton, who died in 1992. Christy Walton is the wife of the late John Walton, who died in 2005 in a plane crash.
Alice Walton, who lives in Fort Worth, Texas, is the driving force behind the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, now under construction in Bentonville.