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Cross-border e-commerce The world's richest Amazon CEO divorced, Amazon shares fell 0.7%

  • Author:Jim
  • Source:Search network
  • Release Date:2019-01-14
    According to CNBC, Jeff Bezos, CEO of e-commerce giant Amazon, decided to divorce his wife, MacKenzie Bezos. Shortly after the news came out, Amazon shares fell 0.7% to $1,644.27.
    Bezos said on Twitter, "We want people to realize the development in our lives. As our family and close friends know, after a long period of love exploration and trying to separate, we decided to divorce. As friends, continue our common life."

    Bezos and Mackenzie have been married for more than 25 years. After the marriage, Bezos founded Amazon, the most valuable company in the world, in his own garage. From a small online bookstore to today's e-commerce giant, "the world is omnipotent," the wife's help behind Bezos is undoubtedly one of the cornerstones of Amazon's success.
    Recently, with the adjustment of many technology stocks, Amazon has once again become the most valuable listed company in the world. So all this means: Bezos' divorce will be the most expensive divorce in history.
    According to Forbes real-time data, Bezos is currently the world's richest man with $136.9 billion, which means that McKenzie may receive up to $66 billion in assets.
    At present, China's richest man is Ma Huateng, whose net worth is about 36.9 billion US dollars. Followed by Ma Yun 35.2 billion US dollars, Xu Jiayin 32.5 billion US dollars.
    The couple jointly launched a charity fund last year, known as the first day fund. And the statement on Wednesday shows that they will continue to work together.
    “As a married couple, we have such a wonderful life together, we also see a bright future for the future, as parents, friends, partners to participate in businesses and projects, and individuals to pursue adventure and adventure,” said the tweet. .
    Jeff Bezos founded Amazon, the world's largest online bookstore, and was elected as the "Time" of the Year in 1999. In August 2013, Bezos spent $250 million on his own behalf to acquire the Washington Post.
    On October 3, 2018, Forbes magazine released the 2018 list of the richest Americans. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos replaced Microsoft's co-founder Bill Gates with a net worth of $160 billion. This is the first time that Forbes has been the leader since 1994.
    In the past year, Bezos’ personal net worth has increased by $24 billion. From leaving Wall Street, to the Internet, to the world's richest man today, Amazon highlights the business ambition of the 54-year-old bald man: omnipotent.
    Amazon's third-quarter earnings report for 2018 showed that the company's revenue increased by 29.33% year-on-year to US$56.6 billion, of which more than US$34 billion came from North America and net profit reached US$2.883 billion. Amazon Cloud Services is the world's largest cloud computing operator with revenues approaching $7 billion.