Frenchwoman Françoise Bettencourt Meyers loses her title of richest woman in the world

At the top of the hierarchy since 2017, the French Françoise Bettencourt Meyers is doubled by the American MacKenzie Bezos.

Bloomberg Billionaires, she is a hair ahead of the heir to L’Oréal, whose fortune amounts to $ 66.3 billion. The main shareholder of L’Oréal monopolized the top of the hierarchy since the death of Liliane Bettencourt in 2017. “data-reactid =” 24 “> For 100 million dollars, Françoise Bettencourt Meyers is no longer the richest woman As expected in recent days, the spectacular increase in Amazon shares benefit MacKenzie Bezos. With a fortune estimated at 66.4 billion dollars according to the ranking Bloomberg Billionaires, she is a hair ahead of the heir to L’Oréal, whose fortune amounts to $ 66.3 billion. The main shareholder of L’Oréal has monopolized the top of the hierarchy since the death of Liliane Bettencourt in 2017.

A fortune almost doubled in a few months

to the divorce pronounced in July 2019 and around 19.7 million Amazon shares, or 4% of the US giant. Since the start of the year, Amazon stock has jumped 82%, from $ 1,898 on Jan.2 to $ 3,451 as of Aug.31. “data-reactid =” 26 “> The ex-wife of Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, received 38 billion dollars more to the divorce pronounced in July 2019 and around 19.7 million Amazon shares, or 4% of the US giant. Since the start of the year, Amazon stock has jumped 82%, from $ 1,898 on Jan.2 to $ 3,451 as of Aug.31.

Covid-19 has significantly boosted sales on Amazon. During the lockdown, consumers were forced to turn to the site to make their purchases. “data-reactid =” 27 “> Consequence: the heritage of the novelist has almost doubled in a few months from 38 billion to … 66 billion. How to explain such a progression? Covid-19 has significantly boosted sales on Amazon. During the lockdown, consumers were forced to turn to the site to make their purchases.

Jeff Bezos, CEO and Founder of Amazon, himself, became the first man to raise a jackpot of more than 200 billion dollars. A news that did not make that happy among its employees. “data-reactid =” 28 “> Less than a week ago, Jeff Bezos, CEO and Founder of Amazon, himself, became the first man to raise a jackpot of more than 200 billion dollars. A news that did not only make happy among its employees.

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