Mukesh Ambani is the chairman and CEO of Reliance Industries, a $74 billion (sales) company with holdings in petrochemicals, oil & gas, telecom, and retail.
In December 2019, Sergey Brin resigned from his position as Alphabet's president. He continues to serve on the board and as a controlling shareholder, though.
Larry Page is still a board member and the company's controlling shareholder after leaving his position as Alphabet's CEO in December 2019.
Buffett is the head of Berkshire Hathaway, which controls dozens of businesses, including Dairy Queen, the battery manufacturer Duracell, and the insurance Geico.
Chairman, CTO, and co-founder of software behemoth Oracle, Larry Ellison also controls around 35% of the company.
Bill Gates invested in clean energy as part of his diversification of holdings after making his wealth at the software company Microsoft.
In 1994, Seattle resident Jeff Bezos started the massive online retailer Amazon in his basement. In July 2021, he gave up his position as CEO to become executive chairman.
Louis Vuitton, Sephora, and other 70 fashion and beauty businesses are all under Bernard Arnault's direction at the LVMH conglomerate.
Six companies were cofounded by Elon Musk, including the electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla, the rocket manufacturer SpaceX, and the startup Boring Company.