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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).

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Evan Williams: $2.55 billion

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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%.

Peter Currie: $13.5 million

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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.

Matthew Zeitlin is a business reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York. Zeitlin reports on Wall Street and big banks.

Contact Matthew Zeitlin at matt.zeitlin@buzzfeed.com.

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