Byju Raveendran, the founder of edtech startup Byju's, has been left off the latest Hurun India rich list, amid valuation markdowns faced by the company. Notably, Reliance Industries' Mukesh Ambani has reclaimed the title of the richest Indian, surpassing Gautam Adani, confirmed Hurun's list. The list, with exit of Byju's, came days after it was reported that online higher education platform Great Learning is looking to to buy Byju's.
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Elon Musk reclaimed his lost glory and has been announced as the richest person in the world. The Tesla CEO was unseated from the top spot by Bernard Arnault, CEO of French luxury brand LVMH in December, making Musk No. 2 on the list. However, with 100% share rise of Tesla, Musk is now back to the top of its real-time Billionaires Index with net worth at $187.1 billion.
Adani group’s chairman Gautam Adani has become the third richest man in the world, with a net worth of USD 137.4 billion, according to Bloomberg Billionaires Index (BBI). Adani has surpassed Louis Vuitton chief Bernard Arnault, and is behind Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos. Adani has also become the first Asian to break into the top three on BBI. Mukesh Ambani stands at the eleventh spot with USD 91.9 billion.
The title of 'Asia's richest man' has gone back to its previous owner, Chairman and MD of Reliance Groups Ltd Mukesh Ambani. Ambani surpassed Gautam Adani, as his net worth rose to $99.7 billion, while Adani's net worth stands at $98.7 billion. According to Bloomberg Billionaire Index, Ambani in the international ranking, stands at the eight spot, while Adani at ninth. Elon Musk remains the richest man with $227 billion.
Following the fall of Tesla's shares fell for a second consecutive day, the world's richest man Elon Musk lost $50 billion. The loss is said to be the greatest two-day drop in the Bloomberg Billionaires Index's history. Musk's worth currently stands at $323 billion. The drop was reported after Musk asked his followers on Twitter whether he should ''sell 10% of his stock to pay taxes''.
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Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) Chairman Mukesh Ambani and Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani have been declared the first and the second richest person of India by the Forbes billionaires list. However, Ambani and Adani secured 12th and 20th spots among the top 20 richest persons in the world. Besides, Amazon's CEO and founder Jeff Bezos topped the ranking, followed by Elon Musk, Bernard Arnault, Bill Gates, and Mark Zukerberg.
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