Forbes, on April 6, released its annual list of billionaire adding 660 more names this year. The list is the longest in Forbes history with 2,775 billionaires names, starting with Jeff Bezos on top with a net worth of $177 billion. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk ranks second with $151 billion net worth. Notably, eight out of the top 10 people on the list are from the United States.
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Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani remains the richest Indian billionaire in a report ‘India’s 10 Richest Billionaires 2021’ released by Forbes. Amid COVID-19 slowdown, Ambani clocked $35 billion taking his net worth to $84.5 billion. Followed by industrialist Gautam Adani whose net worth reached $50.5 billion owing to his stakes in airport management and operations business. However, the list is followed by HCL founder Shiv Nadar ($… read-more
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has topped the list of world's single-largest charitable contributor of 2020, revealed The Chronicle of Philanthropy in its annual donator’s list. With a net worth of $188 billion (Forbes), Bezos gave a $10-billion gift to fight climate change in 2020. Moreover, Bezos, via his 'Earth Fund', has also donated nearly $790 million to 16 non-profit groups. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was placed fourth with $250-million… read-more
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Ryan Kaji, a nine-year-old YouTuber with an estimated $29.5 million capital generation between June 2019 and July 2020, has topped Forbes' list of highest-paid YouTubers. Ryan's channel 'Ryan's World' is popular for reviewing toys and boasts 41.7 million subscribers. Moreover, Jimmy Donaldson's channel, '… read-more
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The US-based Forbes magazine has ranked Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman 41st in 'The World's 100 Most Powerful Women 2020'. Moreover, Bangalore-based Biocon founder Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw has been ranked 68th, and HCL CEO Roshni Nadar Malhotra has secured 55th. Interestingly, for the 10th consecutive year, the list has been topped by Greman Chancellor Angela Merkel. Besides, the list featured the US vice-president-elect Kamala Harris and … read-more
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Forbes has released the annual India Rich List 2020 and Mukesh Ambani bagged the first spot with a net worth of $88.7 billion. Reportedly, Ambani, who is enjoying the top spot for 13th consecutive year, raised $20 Billion for Jio Platforms, from big investors including Facebook and Google, during the lockdown. While chairman of Adani Group Mr. Gautam Adani stood second, HCL Tech Chairman Shiv Nadar claimed the third spot.
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HDFC's Chief Marketing Officer Ravi Santhanam has been placed 39th in the Forbes' Most Influential CMO's of the world list. Reportedly, he is the only Indian CMO to achieve this feat. The Forbes mentioned that Santhanam believes in machine learning and data science as critical tools for marketers. Reacting to this achievement, Santhanam stated that he was "humbled to be a part of Forbes" list and will keep on influencing people.
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