10 States Where the Wealthiest Executives Call Home
These are the U.S. States where some of the richest executives in the world call home.

America's top executives are some of the wealthiest and most influential people in the world. They pioneer ideas and passions and turn them into billion-dollar corporations that stand to impact many facets of our daily lives.

People often seek out advice, opinions, or even lifestyle tips from these business magnates, and in light of that, TheStreet has compiled a list of the states where the richest of these executives make their homes, according to Forbes.

Former Apple (AAPL) CEO John Sculley told TheStreet he has residences in New York City and Florida. 

California
California

Mark Zuckerberg
Founder and CEO of Facebook (FB)
Net Worth: $62.4 Billion

Washington
Washington

Jeff Bezos
Founder and CEO of Amazon.com (AMZN)
Net Worth: $81.7 billion fortune

North Carolina
North Carolina

James Goodnight
CEO of SAS Institute
Net Worth:$10.1 Billion

Texas
Texas

Michael Dell
Founder and CEO of Dell (DELL)
Net Worth: $22.4 Billion

New York
New York

Michael Bloomberg
CEO of Bloomberg L.P.
Net Worth: $50.7 Billion

Nevada
Nevada

Sheldon Adelson
CEO of Las Vegas Sands (LVS)
Net Worth: $35.6 Billion

Hawaii
Hawaii

Pierre Omidyar
Founder and Chairman of eBay (EBAY)
Net Worth: $8.9 Billion

Kansas
Kansas

Charles Koch
CEO of Koch Industries
Net Worth: $47.8 Billion

Wisconsin
Wisconsin

John Menard Jr.
Founder and owner of Menards
Net Worth: $10.9 Billion

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