When Rockefeller’s wealth rose to $1 billion

The family’s holdings are worth an estimated $1.9 billion.

That’s more than twice as much as it was in 1980, when it owned more than $300 billion.

The Rockefellers own the New York Times, New York Post, United States Chamber of Commerce, the New Jersey Transit Authority, and other corporations.

They own the United Nations and the World Bank, the American Museum of Natural History and the Rockefeller Center for the Performing Arts.

But it’s a little different than it was a decade ago, when the family’s fortunes were growing faster than those of other families in the same country.

Today, the Rockefords are worth $2.9 trillion.

Their assets have more than doubled over the past 40 years.

The money in their portfolio has also grown dramatically faster than that of any other family in the United States.

Their wealth has doubled from $5.3 billion in 1980 to more than five times that amount today.

As the Rockefeller family has grown, so has its business empire.

They have a global network of banks, oil companies, retailers, and airlines.

They also own the U.S. Olympic team and the New England Patriots, as well as a host of other sports teams, including the New Orleans Saints, the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cleveland Browns, the Chicago Bears, and others.

Their holdings include casinos, airlines, and retail stores.

Their most valuable assets are their family businesses, such as the Times and the Post, which have been the subject of several investigations over the years.

But their wealth is also growing faster in other areas.

The family has a substantial interest in the New Yorkers Pension Fund, which manages billions of dollars of assets for New York City.

That is a business that is also owned by the Rockes, who own stakes in a number of other financial institutions.

The value of their holdings in these institutions have grown at a pace that is roughly equivalent to the gains made by the entire family, the Times reported.

A New York lawyer representing the family said the value of the family business holdings is not the issue in this case.

“There is no conflict of interest in owning these assets, and the families interest in these assets does not impact their ability to conduct their business,” said David R. Steinberg, the general counsel of the New-York-based law firm, Greenberg Traurig.

The estate of the late John D. Rockefeller, who died in 2006, has said its assets are in “perfect compliance” with the terms of the estate’s trust agreement with the heirs.

The trust has given the heirs the right to distribute more than 80% of the money in the trust to the estate each year.

That money would normally be spent on investments that the family would benefit from.

It has also allowed the family to avoid taxes on money that is held overseas, the family has said.

The assets are subject to a separate trust that allows the heirs to transfer money to other trusts in the name of the deceased Rockefeller.

That arrangement would allow the estate to retain some of the value that the estate would have otherwise paid out in taxes.

But the family is not expected to be able to use the trust in a way that is beneficial to the family.

That means it could allow the family and the trust, which is the legal entity that manages the assets, to keep the assets tax-free and exempt from income taxes, Steinberg said.

But there is no guarantee that the trust will be able or willing to do so, and some legal experts have said that the arrangement would create a situation where some or all of the assets could be taxed.

The New York attorney representing the estate said in a statement that the trusts “will be a net positive for the Rockefeller estate.”

He said that there are no concerns about the family estate being able to avoid the estate taxes, which are due on the assets.

The Rockefeller family is one of the most prominent families in U..

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President Richard Nixon and the Federal Reserve.

But that relationship has changed over the decades.

During the 1960s and 1970s, the Rockefeller fortune expanded significantly, becoming one of America’s largest and most powerful families.

Its share of the stock market increased dramatically.

Rockefeller’s sons became powerful and influential.

In 1970, John D., John D.’s youngest son, became the nation’s youngest president, the highest-ranking official in the world, and was the subject to the most powerful oath of office ever taken.

The son John Jr. also became a billionaire.

In 1973, his sister Mary married John D, Jr., and they have three children: Rochelle, John Jr., who is now the president of the company he founded, and John Jr.’s son, John Sr. Rockefeller became the wealthiest man in America in 1970.

He was one of a handful of men who held a position of national power, including Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

Rockefeller also had a close relationship with President Richard