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Here's How Rich Twitter's Top Executives And Board Members Are

At the close of Twitter's first day on the public markets, its stock is $44.9, 73 percent above its IPO price of $26, and these are the big winners. (Updated from an earlier post).

Posted on October 24, 2013, at 4:17 p.m. ET

Evan Williams: $2.55 billion

Evan Williams, the co-founder who personally bankrolled the company, owns the biggest chunk of the shares, some 57 million, or 10.4%.
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Evan Williams, the co-founder who personally bankrolled the company, owns the biggest chunk of the shares, some 57 million, or 10.4%.

Jack Dorsey: $1.05 billion

Twitter's other co-founder and nonexecutive chairman, Dorsey owns 23 million shares or 4.3%.
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Twitter's other co-founder and nonexecutive chairman, Dorsey owns 23 million shares or 4.3%.

Dick Costolo: $345 million

Dick Costolo, Twitter's CEO own 7.7 million shares, 1.4% of the company.
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Dick Costolo, Twitter's CEO own 7.7 million shares, 1.4% of the company.

Adam Bain: $80 million

Adam Bain, Twitter's head of revenue, has 1.8 million shares.
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Adam Bain, Twitter's head of revenue, has 1.8 million shares.

Peter Currie: $13.5 million

Currie was the CFO of Netscape and has since become an investor, Silicon Valley wiseman, and director at Twitter. He has 300,000 shares.
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Currie was the CFO of Netscape and has since become an investor, Silicon Valley wiseman, and director at Twitter. He has 300,000 shares.

David Rosenblatt: $13.1 million

A Twitter board member, Rosenblatt was the CEO of DoubleClick until it was sold to Google in 2007 and is now the CEO of 1stdibs.com. He has 292,000 shares.

A Twitter board member, Rosenblatt was the CEO of DoubleClick until it was sold to Google in 2007 and is now the CEO of 1stdibs.com. He has 292,000 shares.

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