Players on the list lost $32 billion last year. Lon Morton, chief executive of investment adviser Morton Capital Management called 2010 a "return to normalcy." For the second year in a row,
KoreanSouth African-American biotech innovator Patrick Soon-Shiong topped the list:
According to the Huffington Post, the top 10 includes:
1) - Patrick Soon-Shiong, biotech entrepreneur (and the man who would resurrect Martin Luther King Jr.-Harbor Hospital) ($7.1 billion).
2) - Kirk Kerkorian, investor ($6.3 million).
3) - Eli Broad, homebuilder, philanthropist ($5.9 billion).
4) - David Geffen, Hollywood mogul and beach-access liberator ($4.3 billion).
5) - Ron Burkle, grocery store magnate ($4 billion).
6) - Haim Saban, Hollywood mogul ($3.15 billion).
7) - Steven Spielberg, Hollywood mogul ($3.1 billion).
8) - Sumner Redstone, Hollywood mogul ($2.95 billion).
9) - David Murdock, agriculture, real estate ($2.9 billion).
10) - Jerrold Perenchio, broadcasting mogul ($2.6 billion).