Who Is Microsoft’s Largest Shareholder?

The largest individual Microsoft shareholder continues to be former CEO Steve Ballmer.

Gates is the second largest, and current Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is No.


Ballmer has been Microsoft’s largest individual shareholder since 2014 or so.

Who owns the most shares in Microsoft?

Bill Gates

How many shares does Steve Ballmer own of Microsoft?

300 million shares

Who is the largest shareholder of Apple?

Arthur Levinson

Who is the largest shareholder of Amazon?

Jeff Bezos

Does Bill Gates have shares in Apple?

Bill Gates does not have and never has had any direct stake in Apple. However as per balance sheets of Microsoft and Apple for the previous year, the only investment that Microsoft has in Apple in 0.0046% through a private capital management firm.

Does Warren Buffett own Microsoft stock?

So why hasn’t Buffett invested in Microsoft? It’s not because he doesn’t want to, but rather because Bill Gates is on the Berkshire Hathaway board of directors. With Gates involved in Berkshire, Buffett says investing in Microsoft could give the impression he has insider information.

Who is the richest owner in the NBA?

Steve Ballmer

Who is the richest man in the whole world?

Jeff Bezos

How did Steve Ballmer get so rich?

Ballmer had led Microsoft for nearly 15 years when he announced his retirement and then stepped down as CEO in 2014. He held onto his 4 percent stake in the company, though, which contributes a considerable amount to his wealth and makes him the company’s largest individual shareholder.

Is Disney owned by Apple?

Iger first joined Apple’s board in 2011, but Disney and Apple’s relationship existed before then. Disney acquired Pixar, which former Apple CEO Steve Jobs was a majority stakeholder in, back in 2006. Disney bought Pixar for $7.4 billion and, at the time, turned Jobs into Disney’s largest single shareholder.

Who owns Apple now?

Now Apple Inc. is owned by two main institutional investors (Vanguard Group and BlackRock, Inc). While its major individual shareholders comprise people like Art Levinson, Tim Cook, Bruce Sewell, Al Gore, Johny Sroujli and others.

Does Microsoft own Apple?

As for that $150 million investment, Microsoft sold that stock back to Apple by 2003 as per the arrangement the pair had struck. As of May 2014, according to Engadget, Microsoft’s Apple stake would have been valued at $21.86 billion, had they held it.