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American Elon Musk 

American businessman Elon Musk's fortune has reached $304.2 billion, having increased by $32 billion in one day, according to Forbes magazine.
According to the magazine, Musk's impressive growth in wealth is due to the rising stock prices of his company, Tesla, which makes electric cars.
This is the second time that Musk's fortune has exceeded $300 billion, after he did so for the first time and became the richest man on earth in November 2021.
But after the recent rise in the company's share price, Musk widened the gap between the size of his wealth and that of his rival Bernard Arnault, managing director of the French LVMH group LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy), whose fortune is estimated at $200.6 billion.
Tesla shares rose 13.53% to $1,199.78 per share Monday on their first trading day on the New York Stock Exchange this year, after the company announced Sunday that its supply of electric vehicles will reach an all-time high by the end of 2021.
Tesla delivered 936,172 electric vehicles to customers and customers, an 87% increase over 2020.

American Jeff Bezos

In 2017, Jeff Bezos became the first billionaire on the Forbes 400 list, topping the list with a net worth of $160 billion, followed by the announcement of Haifa and McKenzie. It fell to $114 billion in 2022. Bezos' fortune began to rise again and peaked at $187 In 2022, it surpassed $200 billion and reached the levels seen in the first quarter of this year, due to an impending divorce due to intimate text messages between Jeff and his new girlfriend. In 2022, billionaire Jeff Bezos made the first space flight

French Bernard Arnault

For years, Americans almost topped Forbes' list of billionaires. American citizens Bezos, Musk, Gates, and Buffett held the number one spot for most of those two decades, with the exception of Mexican Carlos Slim, who briefly held the number one spot.
Theo and Karl Albrecht, founders of the Aldi supermarket chain, were among the richest people in Europe for several years at the turn of the century, taking the top ten but losing first place. In mid-2005, Arnault entered the top ten for the first time with a fortune of $13 billion.
Arnault has been in the top five since 2018 and became the third richest person in 2019, with an estimated fortune of $76 billion. In December 2019, Bezos overtook. Amazon stock closed higher, pushing the French billionaire into second place.
The net worth of the world's richest people has fluctuated wildly since the pandemic began, with SpaceX founder Elon Musk briefly becoming the world's richest man in January 2021, when his net worth was $189.7 billion. His fortune is $24.6 billion since March 2020, which represents a staggering $165 billion gain.

Bill Gates

As part of a partnership agreement between the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and development NGO Hever International, American billionaire Bill Gates is proposing to provide 100,000 chickens to developing countries to fight poverty.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates, whose fortune is estimated at $75 billion, has announced that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has reached a partnership agreement with Hever International, a development NGO, to provide 100,000 chickens for families in sub-Saharan Africa living on less than $2. per year in Africa. Today.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates, the richest man in the world, believes that raising poultry is a better way to escape extreme poverty than owning a computer. "It goes without saying that anyone living in extreme poverty would be better off eating some chicken," he explained on his website, GatesNotes.com.
He explained that the goal is for 30 percent of families living in rural areas in the region to vaccinate chickens, up from 5 percent currently.

American Larry Page

Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin join the $100 billion billionaire club for 12-digit fortunes. Page and Brin, who co-founded Google in 1996, have a fortune of more than $100 billion / £73 billion on paper, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Larry Page, 48, added $21 billion to his fortune in 2021 as of last month, bringing his fortune to $103.6 billion, making him the sixth richest person in the world.
Page's fortune has grown largely thanks to an increase in his stake in Alphabet, the US company formed through the August 2015 reorganization of Google, whose shares rose 32% in 2021. Together, Page and Brin control a private stake of 51% in the company's voting shares. Alphabet, giving them absolute control over the company's future direction. They own 11.4% of the $1.5 trillion company.

Mark Zuckerberg

How rich is Mark Zuckerberg now? In 2022, Mark Zuckerberg was born into a Jewish family in New York, Mark has been interested in computers since he was a child, because he is a computer programmer, especially communication programs and games. On May 24, 2007, Mark announced the Facebook platform, an announcement that aroused great interest from developers. Several weeks later, multiple apps were built on the same platform. Today, more than 800,000 software developers around the world create applications on the Facebook platform, and in recent days, his fortune has reached nearly $140 billion. It wasn't until the tragic news on Monday that a sudden glitch hit all of the company's apps. Within hours, the glitch sent Facebook's stock down nearly 5%. This drop reduced Mark's fortune to $120.9 billion, causing him to drop to fifth place on Bloomberg's Rich List. Mark's personal fortune fell by the equivalent of $7 billion within hours.

Sergey Brin

Since the beginning of the year, the wealth of Larry Page, founder of the American company "Google", and his co-founder Sergey Brin has increased by $86.7 billion, with the first increasing by $44.2 billion and the second by $42.5 billion.
According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Page and Brin ranked second and third among the world's billionaires with increasing wealth in 2021, behind the French billionaire and Europe's richest man, Bernard Arnault, with a net worth of $46.4 billion, ranking third among billionaires in the world. $161 billion.
Larry Page ranks sixth among the world's billionaires with a total fortune of $127 billion, while Sergey Brin ranks seventh with a fortune of $122 billion.
Alphabet Inc.'s share rose. More than 60% year-to-date to $2,810 per share, contributing to the fortunes of Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
Alphabet's revenues in the second quarter of this year amounted to about $61.88 billion, and a net profit of about $18.5 billion.

Steve Ballmer

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is now the ninth member of the $100 billion club. His fortune has grown by $20 billion this year alone, buoyed by gains in Microsoft stock. Palmer once said he was a "loyal man" who still owned stock in the company he ran for 14 years.
Likewise, who's in the $100 billion club? Asia's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, joins Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk in the world's most exclusive fortune club with a net worth of at least $100 billion.
How much is clipper worth? The former Microsoft CEO who served as Microsoft CEO from 2000 to 2014, Ballmer still owns a stake in the tech giant, whose stock rose 33% last year. The same year he retired, he bought the Los Angeles Clippers for $2 billion. According to Forbes, the team is worth $2.75 billion today.

Larry Allison

The net worth of Oracle founder Larry Ellison rose to $12 billion after the company announced a sudden increase in revenue from sales of its cloud computing software, according to Bloomberg.
Ellison is the ninth richest person in the world with a fortune of $119.5 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Steve Ballmer trails former Microsoft CEO and leads Warren Buffett by one point.
Larry Ellison, 77, owns more than 40 percent of Oracle, the enterprise software company he co-founded in 1977, and continues to serve as Chairman and Chief Technology Officer. While Ellison's stake in Oracle accounts for about 75% of his fortune, he also owns about $15 billion in electric car maker Tesla, making him one of its largest individual shareholders.

American Warren Buffett

While Buffett has crossed the $100 billion mark, he is still far from the world's richest man, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, with a fortune of $180 billion, according to Bloomberg.
Bezos, who replaced the title with Tesla's newest CEO, Elon Musk, is now worth $173 billion after his shares in the electric car maker rebounded after recent losses.

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