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Mark Zuckerberg CEO Of Facebook Gained $30 Billion In Two Months

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Last Updated on May 25, 2020 by Divanshu Mehta

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Mark Zuckerberg has become third richest person in the world.

According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Mark Zuckerberg has become third richest person in the world. He has gained $30 Billion in last two months. Mark Zuckerberg has overtaken Warren Buffett and Bernard Arnault in the Billionaires list. Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth is now $89.1 Billion.

Mark had an estimated net worth of $57 Billion in March and he was the fifth richest person in the world. Now Mark is the third richest person in the world. His wealth has grown very fastly in last two months.

In the March, Coronavirus Pandemic started showing its effects on economy. The Global economy has been badly hurt because of Coronavirus Pandemic. A lot of companies and industries have phased exorbitant amount of loss. Share prices of many companies have been in its all-time low, but Facebook’s share price have touched its all-time high, which is $230.75. A CNBC report claims that Facebook’s share price have touched its all-time high because of their new shopping feature, which is called Shops.

Facebook has also launched its new feature Messenger rooms, which is made to connect people worldwide during Coronavirus pandemic. In Messenger Rooms, 50 people can connect to each other in the same call. You can connect in Messenger Rooms using WhatsApp and Instagram. Best thing about Messenger Rooms is that you don’t need to have a Facebook account to enter Messenger Rooms. To start call on Messenger Rooms you need to have a Facebook account. This feature is also introduced to replace Zoom App, which is a Chinese app.

In an interview with The Verge Mark said, “The thing that’s been positively surprising to people is that people are more productive working at home than people would have expected. Some people thought that everything was just going to fall apart, and it hasn’t. And a lot of people are actually saying that they’re more productive now.” This is applicable to him personally too, he said. “I definitely think this is the longest stretch that I have worked remotely. It’s also been more productive than I thought it was going to be,”.

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