Tesla CEO Musk seems to have lost his position as the second richest man after being surpassed by Amazon CEO Bezos.
According to Forbes‘ real-time rich list, Musk has been replaced by LV CEO Bernard Arnott. The two are worth 179.2 billion U.S. dollars and 174.6 billion U.S. dollars respectively, and the fourth place is the familiar Bill Gates.
Naijatechnews understands that Amazon founder Bezos still ranks first, with a net worth of 196.4 billion U.S. dollars.
It is worth mentioning that in Bloomberg’s real-time global billionaire rankings, Musk still ranks second, with a value of US$183 billion exceeding Arnott’s US$146 billion, while Bezos’s value is not much different from the above. (US$197 billion).
As a frequent visitor to the rich list, Arnott and his family control 47.5% of the shares of Louis Vuitton (LVMH), which includes Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co., is the world’s top luxury brand, but before Sales have declined due to the epidemic and other reasons.
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