Success Stories: 4 Poor Persons Turned Into The Richest Of The World - Ask The Rich

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Success Stories: 4 Poor Persons Turned Into The Richest Of The World

Those who previously said that determination and will make the impossible and realize the imagination, they knew one day that there are people who can turn from poor people do not know anyone to the owners of funds and have the names of months of heads of some countries.

In a report by the American Business Insider that included a group of people around the world who were poor and turned into a financial giant.

At the head of those characters is Jan Koum, the founder of Whatsapp, who migrated from Ukraine to America when he was 16 and lived a very modest life fighting with his family for their expenses until he was able to create the Whatsapp application to suddenly become a billionaire. Facebook offered 19 billion dollars to buy its application. According to Forbes, Koum owns 45% of Wattsapp, with a fortune of about $ 10 billion.

The second character on the list is "Larry Ellison" who did not complete his university studies after the death of his aunt, which was spending money on it. Ellison worked for more than 8 years in various simple jobs and then thought of creating Oracle software development company, which is now one of the largest technology companies in the world. According to Forbes, Ellison's net worth is about $ 60 billion.

While the Pakistani became a businessman and dishwasher days "Shahid Khan" one of the wealthiest of the world with a fortune of 7.2 billion dollars. He moved from Pakistan to America to work as a dishwasher and dishwasher, but now owns companies and sports clubs inside America and Britain.

While China's Du Won Chang, the founder of the Forever 21 brand of clothing, became one of the richest people in the world after working as a fuel station worker and coffee shop. But he created the 457-store empire in nearly 50 countries around the world, $ Sales per year. According to Forbes, Zhang's net worth was about US $ 3 billion.

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