The Bloomberg Billionaires Index has rated Mukesh Ambani the 10th richest of the world as of November. Jeff Bezos is the richest while Bill Gates retained the second position. Elon Musk surpassed Mark Zuckerberg to become 3rd richest person.
The index is a daily ranking of personal wealth of the world's richest people and is measured based on changes in markets, the economy and Bloomberg reporting. Each net worth figure is updated every business day after the close of trading in New York and is converted to U.S. dollars at present exchange rates.
1. Jeff Bezos $185 B
Amazon Founder and CEO engaged the richest person in the world with a net worth of $185 B. He has invested in space technology and also owns The Washington Post.
2. Bill Gates $129 B
Co-founder of Microsoft, the business magnate continues to be the second richest person in November.
3. Elon R Musk $110 B
Space X founder and CEO Elon Musk have surpassed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and entitled the 3rd richest according to Bloomberg index.
4. Mark Zuckerberg $104 B
Zuckerberg started Facebook at the age of 19 in 2004 and is now hailed as one of the top five richest people in the world.
5. Bernard Arnault $102 B
He is the wealthiest European of net worth $102 B and owns more than 60 brands, including Sephora and Louis Vuitton.
6. Warren Buffett $88 B
The Berkshire Hathaway CEO is known as 'Oracle of Omaha' and has vowed to donate 99 per cent of his wealth.
7. Larry Page $82.7 B
8. Sergey Brin $80 B
Page and Brin are the cofounders of Google's parent company, Alphabet.
9. Steve Ballmer $77.5 B
The former CEO of Microsoft and purchased the Los Angeles Clippers of the NBA in 2014.
10. Mukesh Ambani $75.5 B
The richest Indian is the owner of the world's largest oil refiner Reliance Industries.