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Jeff Bezos is an American technology, retail entrepreneur and philanthropist and his current net worth is $ 164.9 billion, making him the richest man in the world right now. Born as the son of Jacklyn and Ted Jorgensen in New Mexico, as Jeffery Preston Jorgensen, he is among the richest people in the world. Her maternal grandfather, regional director of the US Atomic Energy Commission, retired early from a ranch, where Jeff used to spend his summer vacation. There, he used to work with his grandfather. From an early age, he showed signs of great mechanical talent. In fact, as a child, he dismantled the crib with a screwdriver.

Her mother ended her relationship with her father and married Miguel Bezos, a Cuban who emigrated only to the United States. After the wedding, he and his mother moved to Huston, Texas, where Miguel worked as an engineer at Exxon. Jeff grew up at River Oaks Elementary School in Houston from fourth to sixth grade. After the family moved to Miami, he went to Miami Palmetto High School. While there, he participated in the University of Florida Student Science Training Program. He received a Silver Knight award.

He graduated from Phi Beta Kappa at Princeton University with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and computer science. While there, he became a member of Tau Beta Pi. He served as president of the Princeton chapter of Students for Space Exploration and Development. After graduating from university, he went to work on Wall Street in the field of computer science.

After taking a cross-country trip from New York to Seattle, he wrote the entire Amazon business plan. Initially, he founded the company in his garage and found it in 1994. He sold just over a million shares of his holdings in the company. The deal became the largest amount of money he had ever raised in a sale of his Amazon, at $ 671 million. As of 2018, he owned 83.9 million shares of Amazon, making him the owner of 16.9% of all outstanding shares. In addition to Amazon.com, he also invested in several companies and founded others, such as Blue Origin

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