Los más jóvenes de la lista han conseguido sus fortunas gracias a la creación de empresas relacionadas con las TIC.
Sean Parker, codundador de Napster y ex CEO de Facebook tiene 33 años y 2.000 millones de dólares.
Jack Dorsey ideó Twitter hace más de 7 años y Square en 2009. Desde entonces y a sus 36 años ha visto engordar su cartera hasta los 1.300 millones de dólares. La misma fortuna amasa Nick Woodman (38 años), fundador de GoPro, la compañía de cámaras fotográficas del momento, la que registra un mayor crecimiento
Con 44 años y 1.750 millones de dólares de fortuna, Eric Lefkofsky es el cofundador de Groupon. Es un habitual en la exclusiva lista de Forbes desde 2011.
Sergey Brin y Larry Page suelen ser dos incondicionales en las listas de Los más ricos. A sus 40 años, los creadores de Google acumulan una fortuna combinada de 50.000 millones de dólares. Es la tercera de los EEUU, tras Bill Gates y el magnate Warren Buffett.
El cofundador de PayPal, SpaceX y Tesla Motors (fabricante de vehículos eléctricos), Elon Musk, tiene 6.700 millones de dólares y 42 años.
Yerry Yang, cofundador y ex CEO de Yahoo! completa la lista de ejecutivos TI menores de 45 años. Yang tiene una fortuna de 1.700 millones de dólares y 44 años.
La única mujer de la lista es Milane Frantz, de 44 años y una fortuna de 5.500 millones de dólares. Es una de las herederas de la Fortuna del magnate de la industria energética Dan Duncan.
MOBILE & APPS By Abby Mitcham
Banking has gone mobile. With over half of all American adults, about 56%, sporting smart phones, banks and other financial management tools have quickly adapted their systems to be compatible, secure and easy to use on mobile devices. Many smart phone users have already made the change from traditional to mobile banking and according to Consultants at the Aite Group, the number of people banking on their phones will triple by the year 2016.
Mobile wallets are smart phones or tablets that record consumers payments and transactions. While some large banks are attempting to break into this industry, other companies like Pay-Pal, Google and Apple have already shown interest in the industry. These mobile wallets and spending apps, make it easy for consumers to keep track of spending, but have little impact on how they save.
Just as the shift from traditional to online banking, the shift from online to mobile will not come without a few bumps. Consumer demands and use patterns will inevitably steer the path of mobile banking. Some apps will float, others will sink, but efficiency and speed are certain to increase. Never before have consumers had the capability to store and manage so many financial resources in the palm of their hands.
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PayPal already has a partnership with MasterCard in place that lets you use its debit cards in stores, but the company has now expanded that retail presence even further with a new deal it’s struck with Discover. Starting sometime next year, that arrangement will let PayPal customers use their charge cards at any of the 7 million retail locations that accept Discover cards, with funds drawn directly from their PayPal account. What’s more, PayPal says that retailers won’t have to make any hardware or software upgrades to accept the PayPal payments, noting that they’ll simply have to let customers know of the new option with in-store signage. Of course, the deal also likely has implications beyond traditional plastic cards, as PayPal is now also pushing its mobile payments more than ever, not to mention its own triangular Square competitor. You can find the official announcement below.
PayPal and Discover to Bring PayPal to Millions of In-Store Locations
PayPal’s 50+ Million U.S. Customers Will Be Able to Pay with PayPal in Millions of Merchant Locations in 2013
SAN JOSE, Calif. & RIVERWOODS, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, PayPal announced an extension of its offline strategy by teaming up with Discover to bring PayPal to more than 7 million merchant locations across the U.S., and potentially to millions of international merchant locations in the future. Starting in 2013, Discover will work with PayPal to enable participating merchants to accept PayPal easily through their existing relationship with Discover. Consumers will be able to take advantage of the benefits of PayPal at these merchant locations, providing them with the simplicity, speed and security they’ve come to expect from PayPal across any channel, any time.
“This initiative will result in real change and innovation for the industry by bringing new technologies to the point of sale that benefit merchants and PayPal customers.”
“We’re delighted to enable PayPal’s efforts to provide their U.S. customers acceptance at millions of physical point-of-sale locations by leveraging our unique payment services assets. The establishment of this relationship is a major industry milestone, which will help shape the emerging payments landscape by bringing together an established direct banking and payments company with a leading commerce enabler to create an alternative payments option for consumers at the point of sale,” said Diane Offereins, President of Discover Payment Services. “This initiative will result in real change and innovation for the industry by bringing new technologies to the point of sale that benefit merchants and PayPal customers.” Leer más “PayPal expands presence in US retail stores with new Discover partnership”
Written by Jeff Bullas | jeffbullas.com
YouTube is a modern phenomena. The social media platform’s original concept is rumoured to have been inspired by the idea of being a video dating site with the unlikely title of “Tune In Hook Up”. In the end it launched as a simple video sharing site that has helped reinvent the web from a one way static channel to an interactive web eco-system (along with social networking channels such as MySpace, Facebook and Twitter) that has enticed and compelled us to engage globally with other internet users using a variety of rich multi-media and social sharing platforms.
YouTube after initially being about viral videos that just entertain is now much more than that, with the “How To” category being the fastest growing segment on the social video sharing channel. YouTube is even being used as a tool to teach high level mathematics and other academic and tertiary subjects with Salman Khan ofkhanacademy.org revealing at a recent Ted Talk, how his 2,000 plus YouTube videos are assisting students pass university degrees.
50 YouTube Facts & Figures
- YouTube was created by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim in 2005 who were all employees of Paypal
- YouTube was initially funded by bonuses received following the eBay buy-out of PayPal
- The founding trio didn’t come up with the YouTube concept straight away. Legend has it that YouTube began life as a video dating site dubbed “Tune In Hook Up,” said to be influenced by HotorNot. The three ultimately decided not to go that route
- The inspiration for YouTube as we know it today is credited to two different events. The first was Karim’s inability to find footage online of Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction,” and the second when Hurley and Chen were unable to share video footage of a dinner party due to e-mail attachment limitations
- The domain name YouTube.com was registered on Valentine’s Day in 2005
- The domain name caused a huge misunderstanding for Universal Tube & Rollform Equipment. Its company domain, “utube.com,” was overwhelmed with traffic from people that tried to spell the video site’s name phonetically
- The first video on YouTube is of one of the co-founders Jawed Karim talking about elephant’s trunks titled “Me at the Zoo” shot at the San Diego Zoo.
- The first video has received over 4.8 million views
- Google paid $1.65 billion for YouTube in November 2006
- Google serves over 6 times more videos than its next closest competitor according to Nielsen Leer más “50 Awesome YouTube Facts and Figures | by Jeff Bullas”