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Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook CEO is now worth $ 100 billion

Mark Zuckerberg has joined the most exclusive club, that of the richest people in the world, while he is worth $ 100 billion.

Ο CEO Facebook on Thursday raised its value, which has now exceeded $ 100 billion. Only two other men, o Jeff Bezos of Amazon and the Bill Gates of Microsoft, have more personal property.

Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook CEO is now worth $ 100 billion

Zuckerberg was one of the founders of Facebook, from his room to his home Harvard in 2004, and its largest asset is still 13% of the company, according to the index Bloomberg billionaires, who watches the richest people in the world.

The 36-year-old is also president and shareholder of Facebook.

Zuckerberg's fortune got its last boost as the μετοχές of Facebook uploaded 6,5on Thursday, one day after the release of Reels, at Instagram, which looks like TikTok, which came just when the President of USA, Donald Trump, threatened to ban TikTok.

TikTok recently targeted Facebook, with the CEO Kevin Mayer to accuse Reels of being “eto still product copycat».

«To those who want to launch competitive products, we say do it,He wrote in a post last week.

Reels was also introduced a week after Facebook reported strong gains. Last Thursday, the company said it had reached a new record of 3 billion users across all of its platforms, such as WhatsApp and Instagram.

Facebook shares have risen nearly 30% so far this year, adding $ 22 billion to Zuckerberg's fortune.

Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook CEO is now worth $ 100 billion

The company also noted that it had benefited as more people around the world stayed home due to the pandemic.

In 2010, the CEO signed the Giving Pledge, an initiative launched by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates to encourage the richest people in the world to donate most of their wealth to charity.

And in 2015, Zuckerberg went a step further, announcing that he would donate 99% of his revenue.


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