Musk began accumulating Twitter shares in January. On April 4, he revealed that he'd accumulated a 9% stake, making him the company's biggest individual shareholder.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has corralled a group of 19 billionaires, firms, and funds to invest more than $7 billion to finance his takeover of Twitter, which he's said he is pursuing in the name of “free speech.” Musk is on the hook for $44 billion to buy the platform, which he won't be able to afford unless he pledges his ...
Parag has been serving as Twitter CEO since November last year . He previously served as CTO at the company. As per Twitter's proxy, largely in stock awards, Parag Agrawal's total compensation for 2021 was around $30.4 million. Dorsey has come out in support of Musk's Twitter deal.
So, if the deal ultimately gets over the line as heavily predicted on Monday by insiders, Mr Dorsey would earn around $860m from his stake in the company.Apr 25, 2022
5.2 billion USD (2022)Jack Dorsey / Net worth
According to the just-released proxy, Dorsey owns 18,042,428 Twitter shares, or 2.4% of the total. At the April 1 market close, just before Musk disclosed his 9% holding that set the deal in motion, Twitter was selling at $39.31, putting Dorsey's holdings at $709 million .Apr 26, 2022
Parag Agrawal (Nov 29, 2021–)Twitter / CEO
Jack Dorsey is CEO of payments company Block (formerly called Square); he was CEO of Twitter from 2015 until November 2021; he remains on the Twitter board. Dorsey cofounded Twitter in 2006 with Ev Williams, Biz Stone and Noah Glass, and was CEO until 2008.
1. Elon Musk: $6.65 billion. Musk is the quirky CEO of electric car company Tesla . His 2020 compensation totaled more than $6.6 billion.Jan 25, 2022
Mukesh Ambani Ambani is the owner of Reliance Industries. He has a 44 per cent stake in the company. In 2020, his salary was Rs 15 crore.
Apple ranks third on the Fortune 500. Rank 1 | Elon Musk , CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, has topped the 2021 Fortune 500 list of the most highly compensated CEOs. In 2021 Musk 'realized' compensation worth almost $23.5 billion, from exercising some Tesla stock options awarded in 2018.
1. Elon Musk , Tesla: $23.5 billion. Musk, the founder and CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, "realized" compensation worth almost $23.5 billion in 2021, from exercising some Tesla stock options awarded in a 2018. Tesla ranked 65 on this year's Fortune 500.