Biggest families businesses have a median income of $75,000, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Family-owned businesses have median income ranges from $50,000 to $120,000.
Here’s a look at some of the big family business owners: – General Electric: The largest U.S. company by revenue, General Electric has a median family income of around $90,000 per person, according the BLS data.
Its CEO, Jeff Immelt, earns $1.4 million per year.
Immelt is also chairman of the board of the U.K.-based company GE.
– General Motors: The Detroit automaker has a family income figure of around a quarter of a million per person.
The company’s CEO, Dan Akerson, is worth about $1 billion, according his 2011 proxy statement.
– Wal-Mart: The world’s largest private-label retailer has a household income of about $55,000 for the average worker.
CEO Doug McMillon is worth $4.6 billion.
– Coca-Cola: The global colossus owns an average of about 2.5 million stores in the U., with the majority of those in the United States.
Coca-Cola CEO Peter Lee is worth a cool $3.8 billion, and his wife, Jodi Lee, is $2.9 billion.
The couple have two children, a daughter and a son.
– Apple: The tech giant has an average family income over $70,000 in the US.
CEO Tim Cook is worth over $6.4 billion, with his wife and two sons.
– Nike: The Nike Group has a net worth of about a billion dollars, and CEO Scott Blackmun is worth almost $1 million per employee.
He is also worth a fortune.
– Verizon: The country’s largest wireless carrier has a wealth of wealth in its corporate coffers, having a combined net worth between $4 billion and $5 billion.
Its chief executive, Lowell McAdam, is a $4 million donor.
The family’s son is also CEO.
– Microsoft: The company has a combined family income worth more than $20 billion.
CEO Satya Nadella is worth at least $3 million per family member.
– Twitter: The social media company has about 500 million monthly active users and is worth more $8.2 billion, the BNS data shows.
Its president and chief executive officer, Dick Costolo, is estimated to be worth at most $4 to $6 million per individual.
– Caterpillar: The utility giant has more than 700 million employees and is valued at $8 billion.
Caterpillar is the world’s second-largest utility by market value after Exxon Mobil.
Its largest shareholders are private equity investors.
– Disney: The Walt Disney Co. is the most valuable U..
S.-based company by market valuation, with a value of about more than two billion dollars.
Its top executives are worth between around $4 and $6 billion per person according to Bloomberg.
– Hewlett-Packard: The U.P. company has an annual revenue of $10 billion and is the largest U,S.-owned computer maker.
The average person earns $53,000 a year, according Forbes.
The top executive, Kathleen Sebelius, is valued as much as $4-6 million.
– Ford: The auto maker has an estimated annual revenue and earnings of $8-10 billion, though its CEO is estimated at $1-2 million per day.
The Ford CEO, Mark Fields, is said to be among the most popular men in the world.
– Google: The search giant has a market value of around half a billion.
President and chief operating officer Larry Page is worth between about $2-3 million, according Bloomberg.
The CEO, Eric Schmidt, is the second-richest person in the country.
– IBM: The IBM Group has an operating income of more than a trillion dollars, with an operating loss of $1 trillion in the first quarter.
Its head of global enterprise products, Scott McNealy, is earning more than twice that amount per person as well.
The annual revenue is $4 trillion, according a Bloomberg report.
– Amazon: The online retailer has an income of between $1 and $3 billion.
Chief Executive Jeff Bezos is worth around $3-4 million.
The billionaire’s wife, Samantha, is also a millionaire.
– Facebook: The Facebook Group is the biggest privately held U.A.E. company.
Its founder and CEO, Sheryl Sandberg, is on Forbes’ richest list.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Swifte is estimated worth more as much or more than Zuckerberg himself, according one of the Bloomberg reports.
– ExxonMobil: The oil giant is estimated by Forbes to be valued at more than three billion dollars by its shareholders.
Its executives are the highest-paid in the company.