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Monday, the rich didn't get any richer

The five richest Americans, according to the most recent ranking by Forbes magazine, saw the value of their principal holdings shrink by nearly $4-billion during Monday's stock market sell-off.

Here is a list of those five and other famous billionaires, their principal holdings, and Monday's drop in value for that holding, based on recent proxy statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission:

+ Bill Gates, chairman and chief executive of Microsoft Corp., $1.76-billion

+ Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., $717.3-million

+ Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft Corp., $600-million

+ Larry Ellison, chairman, CEO and president of Oracle Corp., $666.9-million

+ Gordon Moore, chairman of Intel Corp., $236.2-million

+ Walton family, Wal-Mart Inc., $1.64-billion

+ Ted Turner, vice chairman of Time Warner Inc., $185-million

+ Michael Dell, chairman and CEO of Dell Computer Corp., $324.4-million

+ Phil Knight, chairman and CEO of Nike Inc., $269-million