Sergey Brin net worth
Current Net Worth – $90.7 Billion (USD – 9,070 Crores), (Rupees – 7.03 LakhCrores)
Sergey Brin short biography
|Net Worth||$90.7 Billion|
|Born||August 21, 1973 (Age – 48)|
|Identified as||Co-Founder of Google|
|Status||American Business Magnate & Computer Scientist|
|Education||Stanford University, Master of Science; College Park, Bachelor of Arts/Science, University of Maryland|
|Residence||Los Altos, California|
|Spousal status||Married (Anne Wojcicki)|
(m. 2007; div. 2015)
He was a co-founder of Google alongside Larry Page.
Brin was the president of Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., until December 3, 2019, when he stepped down.
He is a Computer Scientist and Business Magnate from the United States.
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Sergey Brin biography
|Full Name||Sergey Mikhaylovich Brin|
|Birthplace||Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union|
|Height||5.9 feet, 179 cm|
Sergey Brin was born in Moscow, the Soviet Union, on August 21, 1973.
He was born to Jewish parents Mikhail and Eugenia Brin, both of whom were graduates of Moscow State University (MSU).
His father is a retired University of Maryland mathematics professor, and his mother is a NASA Goddard Space Flight Center researcher.
Mikhail Brin stated in 1977 that it was time for the family to leave after his father returned from a mathematics conference in Warsaw, Poland.
Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Maryland was his alma mater.
Brin enrolled at the University of Maryland in September 1990, and graduated with honors in computer science and mathematics from the Department of Computer Science in 1993, at the age of 19 years old.
Brin began his graduate studies in computer science at Stanford University on a National Science Foundation graduate scholarship. He was on leave from his Ph.D. studies at Stanford as of 2008.
He met Page there, and they both collaborated on a web search engine. They put their Ph.D. studies on hold to create Google in Susan Wojcicki’s garage in Menlo Park.
He interned at Wolfram Research, the creators of Mathematica, in 1993.
After meeting at Stanford University while pursuing further degrees in computer science, he co-founded Google with Larry Page in 1998.
Brin and Page created the PageRank algorithm to translate the backlink data acquired by BackRub’s web crawler into a measure of significance for a specific web page.
The new algorithm was based on a new type of technology that assessed the relevancy of backlinks connecting one Web page to another, allowing the number of connections and their rank to decide the page’s rank.
After filling Page’s room with equipment, they transformed Brin’s dorm room into an office and programming center, where they tested their new search engine concepts on the web. Stanford’s computing infrastructure had issues as a result of their project’s fast development.
Because they didn’t have a web page developer to construct anything aesthetically sophisticated, Page and Brin utilized the former’s rudimentary HTML programming abilities to set up a simple search page for visitors.
They also started putting together the required processing capacity to handle numerous user queries using whatever computer parts they could locate.
In 2004, Google went public, and in 2015, it changed its name to Alphabet.
For much of 2019, Brin was missing from public Alphabet events, instead of focusing on Alphabet’s moonshot research lab X.
Private & early life
Brin married Anne Wojcicki, a biotech analyst, and entrepreneur, in the Bahamas in May 2007.
In late 2008, they welcomed a son, and in late 2011, they welcomed a daughter. Brin is not religious and is Jewish.
Brin and his wife announced their separation in August 2013 after Brin had an adulterous affair with Google Glass marketing director Amanda Rosenberg.
Brin and Wojcicki completed their divorce in June 2015.
Despite their divorce, Brin and Wojcicki continue to manage The Brin Wojcicki Foundation together. They have given generously to The Michael J. Fox Foundation, including a $1 million gift to the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in 2009.
He married Nicole Shanahan, a legal tech entrepreneur, in 2018. They have a daughter, who was born in the fall of 2018.
Sergey Brin has given Democratic Party politicians and groups $5,000 to Barack Obama’s reelection campaign and $30,800 to the Democratic National Committee.
According to CNBC, rin grew interested in blockchain technology after constructing a gaming computer with his son to mine ethereum,
- 2013 – The Internship
Net worth statistics
- October 2016 – $37.5 B
- March 2017 – $39.8 B
- October 2017 – $43.4 B
- March 2018 – $47.5 B
- October 2018 – $52.4 B
- March 2019 – $49.8 B
- October 2019 – $53.5 B
- April 2020 – $49.1 B
- September 2020 – $67.5 B
- April 2021 – $81.0 B
- April 2022 – $107 B