Which are the 10 most wealthiest persons in the world for 2018

Richest persons in the world



10. Sergey Brin: Co-founder of Google with Larry Page back in 1998. He is now the president of Alphabet, which is the company that owns Google. Net worth: $51.9 billion

9. Larry Page: Larry Page co-founded Google with Sergey Brin in 1998. He is now the CEO of Alphabet, which is the company that owns Google. Net worth: $53.2 billion

8. Larry Ellison: Larry Ellison teamed up with two colleagues from an electronics company in 1977 to start their own programming firm, which then shortly landed a contract to build a relational database-management system for the CIA. The project later grew into what's known today as Oracle Corp. Net worth: $55.1 billion

7. Bernard Arnault: Bernard Arnault is the chair of LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, which houses dozens of luxury brands. Arnault bought Christian Dior when he joined the business, and helped revive the company. Net worth: $64.7 billion

6. Carlos Slim: Carlos Slim owns a large number of companies in Mexico through his conglomerate, Grupo Carso. He also controls America Movil, the largest operator of mobile phones in Latin America. Net worth: $66.2 billion

5. Amancio Ortega: Amancio Ortego controls fashion giant Inditex, which owns Zara, Massimo Dutti, Oysho, and others. Net worth: $71.3 billion

4. Mark Zuckerberg: Mark Zuckerberg launched TheFacebook.com when he was a sophomore in college before dropping out to work on the site full-time. Net worth: $74 billion

3. Warren Buffett: After getting rejected from Harvard Business School, Warren Buffett went to Columbia instead where he studied under Benjamin Graham, who would become his mentor. He later bought Berkshire Hathaway in 1969 and transformed it into a powerhouse holding company. Net worth: $86.1 billion

2. Bill Gates: Bill Gates co-founded Microsoft with his friend Paul Allen, and served as CEO until 2000. He still sits on the company's board, but is no longer active in the day-to-day dealings. Net worth: $91.1 billion

1. Jeff Bezos: Jeff Bezos founded Amazon.com in the garage of his Seattle home in 1994. Net worth: $121 billion

Source: Bloomberg Pro Terminal

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