Facebook stock closed at an all-time high of Friday, ending the day at $203.23 up 2.41% on a rally that shows that investors love the social network more than ever.
Buffett, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A), and once the world's richest person, is now No. 4, at $81.2 billion.
Air tankers at Medford fighting the Klamathon Fire
Dozens of fires have broken out across the western United States, fanned by scorching heat, winds and low humidity. A northern California wildfire has spread into OR , triggering evacuations in parts of Jackson County.
Dublin faces water restrictions as lush Ireland swelters
It means that using water where not essential is banned and anyone who breaks the order could face prosecution or a fine. Irish Water announced the ban will come into force from 8am, saying Ireland is trying to "manage with the summer".
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Virat Kohli will be expecting another dominant show from his side to set the tone for the long England tour ahead. Australia will have to win both its next two games in the ongoing tri-series in Zimbabwe to stay above India .
Zuckerberg's ascent has been driven by investors' continued embrace of Facebook, the social-network giant that shook off the fallout from a data-privacy crisis that hammered its shares, sending them to an eight-month low of $152.22 on March 27. Facebook allowed political strategy firm Cambridge Analytica - which helped Donald Trump's campaign - to harvest the private data of 87 million users.
Zuckerberg becoming the 3rd richest in the world right now means that, for the first time, the 3 richest people alive are all tech titans.
Facebook also came in for major heat in 2016 for the role it played providing a powerful platform for Russian posts and advertising aiming to influence the US election and undermine American democracy. Overall, the sector has contributed about one-fifth of the $5 billion in wealth tracked by the index, Bloomberg reported. Interestingly, Zuckerberg has also pledged to give away 99 percent of his Facebook stock in his lifetime.