Elon Musk

Elon Musk is a business magnate, industrial designer, and engineer, the founder of SpaceX and the early investor CEO and product architect of Tesla, the founder of the Boring Company, and some other companies. It is interesting to know Musk’s annual salary at Tesla is 1 dollar. Most of his fortune comes from his stock share. Musk even made appearances in American sitcoms like The Big Bang Theory. It was also reported that Musk had read the entire Encyclopedia Britannica by age nine. He taught himself to write computer codes at the age of 12 and created a video game called Blastar, which he sold for 500 dollars to PC and Technology magazine. Tesla’s stock surged by more than 700 percent in 2020 making it the world’s most main valuable automaker by far. So this is the main source of Musk’s wealth. Musk wants to establish a colony on Mars.

Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos is an American industrialist, internet entrepreneur, and the founder of the multinational technology company Amazon. When Bezos spends 1,2 million dollars, it is similar to the average American spending one dollar. Most of his income comes from Amazon, though his annual salary from Amazon is 81,840 dollars. Amazon sales surged during the coronavirus pandemic.

Bezos first became a millionaire in 1997 after raising 54 million dollars through Amazon’s initial public offering. He takes customer service very seriously and even lets the customers email him directly. If there are problems he forwards the email to relevant Amazon employees. Employees should explain why the problem occurred and fix it.

Bill Gates

The co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, Gates read the entire ’’World Book Encyclopedia’’ series during his teenage years and dropped out of Harvard University to fully devote himself to Microsoft. Despite his huge wealth, Gates wants his kids to inherit 10 million dollars each. He said that leaving kids massive amounts of money is not a favor to them. Moreover, he reads 50 books a year that help him learn new things and test his understanding according to him. Gate’s biggest regret was not knowing any foreign languages. He was one of the richest people in America when he was 30. After the launch of Windows 95 Gates became the world’s richest man in 1995. The primary goal of Bill Gates is to help people.

Bernard Arnault

Bernard Arnault is the chairman and chief executive of Louis Vuitton, the world’s largest luxury goods company. He is officially the richest person in fashion.

Bernard Arnault bought 13,5 percent more of LVMH making him the largest shareholder. He started his career working for his father’s manufacturing company. Arnault convinced his father to liquidate the construction division and enter the real estate market. Their new company initially developed specialty holiday accommodations.

Mark Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg is an Internet entrepreneur, the co-founder of Facebook. At the age of 12, he created an instant messaging program that his dentist's father could know when patients arrived.

Now a dozen people help him to manage his own Facebook page. Zuckerberg has done lots of donations, most famously donating 100 million dollars to rescue the struggling Newark Public Schools system of New Jersey. He has signed the ’’Giving Pledge’’ commitment, promising to donate at least 50 percent of the wealth of his lifetime. In 2014 Zuckerberg donated 25 million dollars to combat the ebola virus epidemic in West Africa.

In summer 2004, capitalist Peter Thiel made a 500,000 dollars investment in the social network Facebook and joined Facebook’s board. The situation was the key to success for Zuckerberg’s capital.