On Tuesday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos overtook Elon Musk to reclaim the title of the richest man in the world. To do this, Tesla shares had to go down 2.4%.
Musk’s fortune declined by $ 3.9 billion when Tesla shares dropped to $ 796.22. The 49-year-old founder of Tesla and SpaceX surpassed Bezos in January to become the richest man in the world thanks to a sharp rise in Tesla stock prices.
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Jeff Bezos $191B
Elon Musk $190B
Bill Gate $137B
Bernard Arnault $116B
Mark Zuckerberg $104B
Until last month, Bezos held the title of the richest person in the world since 2017. The personal fortune of the Amazon founder, which is mainly concentrated in Amazon stock, has skyrocketed in recent years along with the company’s stock price.
In August last year, he became the first person with a fortune of over $200 billion, and in 2018 he was the first to cross the $150 billion mark.
In early February, Jeff Bezos announced his resignation as CEO. He will be replaced by Andrew Jassy, current CEO of Amazon Web Services.
Elon Musk: Electric cars will drive on Indian roads soon
Recently, there were reports that Tesla is officially entering the Indian market by registering a company in Bangalore. Later, Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, has said that he will fulfill his promise to let his electric cars drive on Indian roads. According to reports, Tesla has registered and established a company called “Tesla India Automotive and Energy Private Limited ” in Bangalore, India on January 8.
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For a long time, Tesla has been trying to enter the Indian market. However, due to lack of infrastructure, policies, and the market, these attempts have failed. In the past few months, there have been more rumors about Tesla seeking to establish a production or R&D center in India.
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Official statements, speculations, and hints on Tesla India
In September 2020, there were reports that Tesla is planning to establish a research and development center in Bangalore, India. At the time, the report also stated that the company was negotiating with the industrial sector of the Karnataka government. In addition, there are rumors that Tesla intends to invest and build factories in India.
In October 2020, Musk hinted that the company will enter the Indian market in 2021. Furthermore, he said on Twitter that the company’s online order configuration function “will be available in India in January 2021.”