1. Jeff Bezos
Jeff Bezos (Jeff Bezos), with assets of 140 billion US dollars, is the chairman, founder and CEO of Amazon, one of the world’s largest e-commerce sites. In just four hours on July 27, 2017, Jeff Bezos became the world’s richest man because of the rising stock price of Amazon, which increased his wealth to US$140 billion.
Bill Gates is the world’s second billionaire with assets of US$92 billion. He won the title of the world’s richest man for four consecutive years and the past two years. Today, Microsoft is the world’s largest personal computer software company with a fortune of US$92 billion.
With assets of US$85 billion, Warren Buffett is the most successful investor in history and owns more than 60 companies, including Ice Queen, Duracell, Geico, etc.
4. Amancio Ortega
With assets of US$78 billion, Amancio Ortega is the richest European and the richest retailer in the world today, with an annual dividend of approximately US$400 million. Amancio Ortega has invested in real estate in New York, Miami, Madrid, Barcelona, London, Chicago and many other places.
5. Mark Eliot Zuckerberg
Mark Elliot Zuckerberg (Mark Elliot Zuckerberg), with assets of $73 billion, is the founder and CEO of Facebook. Investors like to buy shares in its social networks, so wealth has grown substantially.
6. Carlos Slim Elu
Carlos Slim Helú (Carlos Slim Helú), with assets of US$68 billion, was once the world’s richest man and is ranked 6th today. He has been one of the top five richest billionaires for more than a decade. . Carlos Slim Elu controls Movil, a mobile telecommunications company, and is involved in mining, foreign telecommunications, construction, real estate, consumer goods companies and many other investments.
7. Larry Ellison
Larry Ellison (Larry Ellison) with assets of 60 billion US dollars, is the co-founder of one of the world’s largest software companies, and holds a controlling stake in the customer relationship management database Oracle. At first, Larry Ellison was the CEO of Oracle, today he is the chairman and chief technology officer.
8. Michael Bloomberg
Michael Bloomberg has $52 billion in assets and is the co-founder of Bloomberg LP, a global financial services, software and mass media company. Michael holds 88% of the company’s shares and has annual revenues of $9 billion. Recently, he donated US$4 billion.
Charles Koch (Charles Koch), with assets of 48.3 billion U.S. dollars, is the chairman and chief executive officer of Koch Industries. Today, Koch Industries is involved in refineries, pipelines, chemical technology, and consumer products.
David Koch, with assets of 48.3 billion U.S. dollars, is the executive vice president of Koch Industries, a chemical engineer, and holds the second largest private holding company in the United States.