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Jeff Bezos' net worth has reached US$105.1 billion (NZ$147 billion), pushing the Amazon.com founder's fortune above the high reached by Microsoft's Bill Gates in 1999. According to CNN, he owns 78.9 million shares of Amazon. According to multiple reports, John D. Rockefeller was the richest ever, with a net worth of an estimated $340 billion (inflation-adjusted) in 1937. He lost the title later in the day when Amazon's stock dropped, returning him to second place with a net worth just below $90 billion. Now the world's biggest online retailer, Amazon had revenues of $136 billion in 2016.

In August, Gates donated almost $US6 billion worth of the software maker's shares, his largest gift since the turn of the century.

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Microsoft (MSFT) founder Bill Gates officially got the memo on Monday that he is no longer the richest person in the world.

Bezos' other holdings include The Washington Post and Blue Origin, a private space travel business that intends to take tourists into space.

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He moved back ahead of Gates in November when he first crossed the $100 billion net worth mark, as Amazon stock performed very well during the holiday period.

Gates is now worth $91.9 billion according to Forbes, and $93.3 billion by Bloomberg. That would put his net worth at more than $150 billion.

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