Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a personal net worth of $17.5 billion, edging out Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page for the first time, according to Forbes‘s annual “Richest People in America” list.
Zuckerberg, who was number 35 on the list last year, is number 14 on the list now, just below Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who has a personal fortune worth $19.1 billion, according to Forbes.
Brin and Page each have net worths of $16.7 billion, placing them both at number 15, compared to last year’s number 24 ranking.
Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz made number 91 on the list with $3.5 billion. And Sean Parker, former Facebook president, is 200 on the list with $2.1 billion.
Though none of those tech luminaries cracked the top 10, Bill Gates topped the list and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison was number three. (Warren Buffett came in at number two.)
Other techies include Michael Dell (18), Steve Ballmer (19), Paul Allen (23), Steve Jobs (39), eBay founder Pierre Omidyar (50), Eric Schmidt (51), George Lucas (107) and Mark Cuban (171).
Jobs’s relatively low ranking on the list may come as a surprise to some since Apple is now the world’s most valuable company and was deemed “CEO of the Decade” by Fortune. Most of Jobs’s wealth is in the form of preferentially owned stock. He owns about 5 million shares of Apple and 138 million shares of Disney, which he received when Disney bought Pixar, according to CNNMoney.