You know what’s cool? Being richer than Larry Page. Facebook’s record close on Thursday added $1.6 billion to CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s bottom line. His net worth ballooned to $33.3 billion, leapfrogging Google founders Sergey Brin and Page and Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Fueled by mobile advertising sales, Facebook topped analyst estimates for second-quarter revenue on Wednesday, sending its shares soaring. Facebook closed up 5% to $74.98 in regular trading on Thursday. The stock has gained 183% in the past 12 months. Zuckerberg is now ranked No. 16 in the billionaires index while the Google founders are ranked 17th and 18th. Bezos is No. 20. Microsoft chairman Bill Gates remains the world’s richest person with an $84.7 billion fortune.
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All State-owned websites will be hosted locally in order to curb rising cases of cyber security attacks. This was a key resolution at a crisis meeting held on Thursday between top security officials and the Ministry of ICT. Held at Communication Authority of Kenya (CAK), the meeting was called to discuss the safety preparedness of […]Continue Reading →
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“My interests are in the fields of Mobile Technology, and Bio-Engineering, and particularly synthetic molecular biology…The idea that by re-doing and engineering the genes, you can create a biological device – sensors, factories, computer, memory, etc”Continue Reading →
Picture this: you wake up in New York, grab a cup of coffee and a bagel and hop on a plane. By the time you finish breakfast you’re in Beijing. According to a paper released by British consulting firm Knight Frank, which specializes in trends for “ultra-high net worth individuals,” sub-orbital commuter flights traveling at […]Continue Reading →