Richest man in the world
Top 10 richest men in the world
This list of billionaires is based on the annual ranking of the world’s wealthiest people. This ranking is based on Forbes magazine, which estimates each individual’s wealth in dollars on a given day and can vary due to fluctuations in investments. In total, these billionaires are worth $13.1 trillion.
In total, these billionaires are worth $13.1 trillion, up from $8 trillion in 2020. The United States still has the largest number, with 724, followed by China (including Hong Kong and Macau) with 698.
Who is the richest man in the world today.
Steven Anthony Ballmer (Detroit, Michigan, 1958), entrepreneur and former CEO of Microsoft, retired from the position in 2014 although he remains a shareholder of the same, which has brought him in 2020 an increase in his wealth of 22.8 billion that in total amounts to 81 billion dollars. He has owned since 2014 the NBA team Los Angeles Clippers, which he acquired for $2 billion. He joined the software company founded by Bill Gates in 1980, whom he replaced in 2008. He still drives a Ford car, in deference to his father, a former executive of the firm.
Women. Among the 50 richest people in the world are six women, led by Françoise Bettencourt, who inherited from her mother, Liliane Bettencourt, the shares of the L’Oréal group, and who has a wealth of 76.3 billion, followed by Alice Walton, a member of the family that owns Walmart, with 62.4 billion, and Mackenzie Scott, who entered the billionaires’ club after her divorce from Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, and who has a fortune of 59.8 billion.
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In addition to his philanthropic work, in 2000 he founded Blue Origin, an aerospace transportation company that today works to take astronauts into space. In 2007, he created the Kindle e-book. Today, he is a majority shareholder of the U.S. newspaper The Washington Post and owns about 54 million shares of Amazon.com.
In 1995, he launched his first startup called Zip2, dedicated to website development. After its success and subsequent sale, he created X.com, which was later renamed Paypal and sold to Ebay for 1.5 billion dollars.
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Rafael Vídac (Barcelona, 1976) has a degree in geological engineering. After leaving the field of civil engineering he trained as a psycho-body therapist and personal coach, in addition to completing various complementary training in the field of psychology and natural medicine. Since then she has dedicated her professional life to the world of personal growth working from her practice located in the center of Barcelona. She currently combines her work with writing and daily publication in social networks. His brief reflections, based on his profession and his passion for human potential, reach more than 1.5 million followers worldwide on a daily basis.