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Welcome to Wealthy World
As per the 2021 report, it states that there are 2755 billionaires in the Earth. The total net worth of these people people is estimated to be of $13.1 trillion . Let us look at some of the top richest people in the world.
1. Jeff Bezos
Jeff Bezos founded Amazon in the year 1994 in a garage in Seattle. He is the Founder and Executive Chair of Amazon. His net worth is $177 billion. His Amazon Ownership stake is 14%,which is about $252.3 billion. His other Assets include Blue Origin, The Washington Post and about $10 billion in cash. It first started in selling the books. Later it became the shop for everything and thus it became the largest retailer. And as of the most advantage lockdown made the sales to skyrocket. Bezos’s other projects include aerospace company Blue Origin .
2. Elon Musk
Elon Musk is the Co-founder and CEO of Tesla Motors. He has had his hands in several different companies over the years. In 2004, Musk became a major funder of Tesla Motors (now Tesla), which led to him being retroactively declared a cofounder and his current position as CEO of the electric vehicle company. His Net Worth is about $151 billion. The tesla Ownership Stake is about 20%. His other Assets include Space Exploration Technologies and The Boring Company .
3. Bernard Arnault
Bernard Arnault is the chair and CEO of LVMH. It is the world’s largest luxury goods company. This business owns some of the biggest brands on Earth, including Louis Vuitton, Hennessey, Marc Jacobs, Sephora, and many more. His Net Worth is about $150 billion. His Ownership Stake is about 97.5% .His other assets include Moelis & Company equity, Hermès equity , Carrefour equity and $4.50 billion in cash. The majority of his wealth, however, actually comes from his massive stake in Christian Dior SE, the holding company that controls 41.2% of LVMH.
4. Bill Gates
Bill Gates is the co-founder of Microsoft Corp. He resides in Medina, Washington. His net worth is $124 Billion. His Microsoft Ownership Stake is about 1.3%. He worked along with his childhood friend Paul Allen to develop new software for microcomputers. Following this project’s success, Gates dropped out of Harvard in his junior year and went on to found Microsoft with Allen. Microsoft also produces its own line of personal computers, publishes books through Microsoft Press, provides email services through its Exchange server, and sells video game systems
5. Mark Zuckerberg
Mark Zuckerberg first developed Facebook alongside fellow students Eduardo Saverin, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes while attending Harvard University in 2004. Zuckerberg is the CEO and chair of Facebook, which had more than 2.8 billion monthly active users . Facebook is the world’s largest social networking service, enabling its users to create a personal profile, connect with friends and family, join or create groups, and much more. As the website is free to use, most of the company’s revenue is generated through advertising. His net worth is $977 billion and his Ownership stake is 13%.