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Mark Zuckerberg – 28.4% – $28.4 Billion
He is the owner, founder and CEO of Facebook.
Jim Breyer & Accel Partners – 11.4% – $11.4 Billion
He is an American venture capitalist and partner of Accel Partners.
Dustin Moskovitz – 7.6% – $7.6 Billion
He founded the site with Mark back at Harvard. He is just 8 days younger than Mark Zuckerberg, making him the youngest billionaire in the world.
Yuri Milner & Digital Sky Technologies – 5.4% – $5.4 Billion
They bought into Facebook with a $200 million investment in May 2009.
Eduardo Saverin – 5% – $5 Billion
He played a key role in the company’s founding, back when he was roommates and best friends with Mark Zuckerberg.
Sean Parker – 4% – $4 Billion
Sean got involve in Facebook when it was just five months old, becoming the company’s first investor & president.
Peter Thiel – 2.5% – $2.5 Billion
He became the first investor in Facebook back in 2004 with a $500,000 investment for a 10.2% stake in the company.
Bill Gates & Microsoft – 1.3% – $1.3 Billion
Microsoft bought into Facebook right around the time that Li Ka-shing did below, paying $240 million for 1.6% of Facebook.
Chris Hughes – 1% – $1 Billion
Chris Hughes is the forth roommate to Mark, Eduardo and Dustin, from when they were back at Harvard, and that was how he got involved with Facebook.
Li Ka-shing – 0.8% – $800 Million
The Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka Shing bought into Facebook in 2008, when the company had a valuation of around $15 billion and he only paid $120 Million.