The billionaire investor who co-founded Facebook and Twitter and is now the company’s chairman and chief executive is on a tear, having raised $1.6 billion in the last two years alone.
In a stunning turnaround, the 63-year-old billionaire investor, who was born in Mexico but immigrated to the United States at age 13, has made an unprecedented, $1,500 billion in just three years.
“If you could take a piece of me, it would be Mark Zuckerberg,” Zuckerberg said during his first speech to the company since taking the helm of the social network last month.
“You have been by my side since the beginning.
You helped me realize this dream.
And if you’re reading this, I hope you’ll join me in my journey.”
Zuckerberg’s bold decision to expand Facebook’s global reach and reach into the emerging markets, where the internet is a global phenomenon, has been a huge win for the company and its customers.
The Facebook CEO has helped build a brand and a company that now commands more than $1 trillion in annual sales, which is the highest grossing company in the world.
He also has built a team of smart, passionate and hardworking executives who have built a business that is growing at double-digit rates.
Zuckerberg has brought in the likes of former Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and former Facebook Vice President of Global Business Development and Digital Strategy, David Karp, and has raised a massive $2.7 billion from investors including venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz.
With a massive investment from a wealthy Silicon Valley investor and an executive team that includes some of Silicon Valley’s most successful leaders, Zuckerberg’s team has become the most successful business in the entire world.
His team is also leading a global expansion effort that is helping the company to stay ahead of the competition in a global age.
As Zuckerberg’s global ambitions expand, so has his company’s fortunes.
Its net worth has doubled since 2015, with a valuation of $66 billion.
Facebook has seen record-breaking growth in users and revenue, and is on track to become the top-grossing company of the next decade.
It is estimated that the company is worth $80 billion.
The company’s market cap is up nearly 80% since 2015.
Zuckberg’s meteoric rise in the years leading up to his tenure at Facebook has not only been meteoric, but is now being reflected in his annual salary of more than twice the average CEO’s pay.
In 2017, Zuckerberg earned $2 million more than the average salary for the top 400 CEOs, according to data from Forbes.
A few months before his inauguration as CEO, Zuckerberg was named a MacArthur “Genius Grant” Fellow.
He was also named one of the top 10 most influential people in the history of technology by Forbes magazine and one of Fortune’s 50 Most Powerful People in 2017.
Zuckerberg’s salary is estimated to be $2 billion higher than his current salary, which was $1 million higher than the median for tech CEOs of that year.
While the news of Zuckerberg’s $1 Billion raise will be celebrated by many, many will also be disappointed that Zuckerberg did not receive a Nobel Peace Prize or receive the coveted Presidential Medal of Freedom, which Zuckerberg has held for 25 years.
ZUCKERBERG’S SALARY IN 2017: $1B ZUCKERERBERGS COMPANY’S COMPANY VALUE: $2,700B MARKET CAPACITY: $78.4B THE TOP-GOD OF THE WORLD: Mark Zuckerberg Zuckerberg is now worth $1bn more than any other person in the United Kingdom and the world, according the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
His wealth is estimated at $2 trillion, while the median US millionaire’s net worth is $68,400.
Zuckerberg is also worth $6 billion more than Beyoncé and Mark Zuckerberg’s combined wealth.
Zuckerberg, who is worth an estimated $10 billion, is also the world’s most valuable person.
Despite his wealth, Zuckerberg did have some criticism for his leadership style, including criticism that he did not live up to the standards that he set for himself, and for his own behavior on the platform.
According to Forbes, Zuckerberg is the only CEO in history to have lost a lawsuit against Facebook in a civil trial.
Some critics of his leadership said he was too focused on the long term and not giving enough time for employees to build or maintain brands.
The CEO was criticized for not allowing people to be part of the decision making process in the business.
Other critics said Zuckerberg’s decision to not hold a leadership training event for employees in 2016 had negatively affected morale, with the employees feeling that they were not valued and could not lead the company.
During his tenure, Zuckerberg had to deal with allegations of sexual harassment and bullying, but he has denied the accusations.
This week, Zuckerberg announced