This led to McKinsey Bezos’ fortune increasing by about $ 20.1 billion this year, ranking 13 globally according to the Bloomberg Index, and advancing to second place, a difference of about $ 8.8 billion from the world’s richest woman, Francois Bettencourt Meyer, granddaughter of the founder of L’Oréal Cosmetics L’Oreal SA With a fortune of $ 66 billion, according to Bloomberg.
McKinsey Bezos is close to the first position as the richest woman in the world, with the continuous rise in Amazon shares, and the continued good performance of the company under the leadership of Jeff Bezos, who describes the company despite its successes as it is still on the first day, and despite the company’s high revenues from 34 billion dollars in 2010, To $ 281 billion in 2019, but it continues to grow momentum due to the consequences of the Corona pandemic, which boosted the performance of Amazon and raised demand for record levels, which prompted the company to hire about 175 thousand new workers during the months of March and April.
The entry of the wife of the Amazon founder, after the divorce between them in 2019, the wife gets a 4% stake in Amazon in exchange for retaining a 12% stake, so that the American journalist and novelist entered the list of billionaires of the world, and in about a year competed for the first position as the richest woman in the world.
McKinsey married Bezos, with her husband Jeff Bezos in 1993, after getting acquainted while working in an investment company, and she had 4 children from him, and her name was McKinsey Tuttle before her marriage, and she supported her husband’s path and defended him in an article on a book about the Amazon career, that he does not provide the correct picture of Her husband’s project.
She graduated in 1992 with a BA in English from Princeton University, and supervised her famous writer and Nobel Prize winner Tony Morrison who monitored her career and research after graduation, and worked as a journalist and novelist with several books.
Among her books is her first book, published in 2005, and deals with the life of the Savior Father when his work and family are at risk. He won the American Book Award for Literary Achievement, while discussing her 2013 novel, a 4-day wild trip for 4 women in various professions and disciplines, founded in 2014 An anti-bullying organization named Binder Standard Revolution.