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A Muslim Prince Is Now Twitter's 2nd Largest Shareholder

   Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud of Saudi Arabia now owns more shares in Twitter than Jack Dorsey does.
   The Prince is now Twitter's second largest shareholder.

The Facts:
- Back in 2011, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud, invested $300 million in Twitter.

- After a new purchase of even more shares, the Prince now owns 34.9 million shares of Twitter. That's 5.2% of Twitter.

- Jack Dorsey, (Twitter’s co-founder) only owns 21.86 million shares. That's 3.2% of Twitter.

- Ev Williams (Twitter's other co-founder) remains the company’s largest shareholder, with 46.56 million shares. That's of 6.9% Twitter.


Note: The Prince is also a majority shareholder and chairman of the Kingdom Holding Company, which is a significant investor in News Corp, Citigroup, and the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.


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