Helen Robson Walton (December 3, 1919 – April 19, 2007) was an American philanthropist and prominent arts advocate, dedicated to her community in Bentonville, Arkansas where she instituted a committee for a national museum of arts.
The majority of the family's wealth derives from the heritage of Bud and Sam Walton, who were the co-founders of Walmart. Walmart is the world's largest retailer, one of the world's largest business enterprises in terms of annual revenue, and, with just over 2.2 million employees, the world's largest private employer.
Son of Walmart founder Sam Walton, Rob Walton served as Walmart’s chairman of the board of directors from 1992 to 2015. Rob joined the company in 1969. Prior to becoming chairman, he held a variety of positions with Walmart, including senior vice president, corporate secretary, general counsel and vice chairman.
Samuel Moore Walton, né le 29 mars 1918 et mort le 5 avril 1992, est un homme d'affaires américain, un entrepreneur et le fondateur de la chaîne de centres commerciaux Walmart. Il a été pendant plusieurs années l'homme le plus riche des États-Unis.
S. Robson ‘Rob’ Walton. Retired Chairman of the Board of Directors of Walmart Inc. Steuart Walton. Founder and Chairman, RZC Investments, LLC ...
Walton se casó con Helen Robson el 14 de febrero de 1943.  Tuvieron cuatro hijos: Samuel Robson (Rob) nacido en 1944, John Thomas (1946–2005), James Carr (Jim) nacido en 1948 y Alice Louise en 1949. 
S. Robson Walton, Walmart, No 18, with a net worth of $44.3 billion (down from 2018); Steve Ballmer, Microsoft, No. 19, with a net worth of $41.2 billion (up from 2018).