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  • Twitter IPO Winners

    Meet Twitter's board and principal stockholders, who made a windfall with the IPO on Nov. 7, when TWTR closed at $44.90. Twitter chairman and co-founder Jack Dorsey, 36, owns about $1.05 billion of Twitter shares based on that closing price, earning $443 million in one day, according to Wealth-X. Dorsey is CEO of Square Inc. However, Dorsey's exercise price is not known.
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  • Twitter IPO Winners

    Co-founder Evan Williams, who has an estimated 12 percent stake and was Twitter's CEO until 2010, was the IPO's largest beneficiary. At the end of Twitter's first trading day, his holdings were about $2.6 billion, says Equilar. His one day gain was over $1 billion, says Wealth-X.
  • Twitter IPO Winners

    Adam Bain, Twitter's president of global revenue since Sept. 2010, earned $6.7 million, including a $200,000 salary, as compensation in 2012. After the first day of trading, his stock holdings are worth about $155 million.
  • Twitter IPO Winners

    Based on the first day of trading, the stock holdings of Richard "Dick" Costolo, Twitter CEO since Oct. 2010, are worth about $410 million, says Equilar. He earned $200,000 in salary as his 2012 compensation. Formerly an entrepreneur turned group product manager at Google, Costolo was Twitter's COO from Sept. 2009 to Oct. 2010. He then took the reigns from Evan Williams.
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  • Twitter IPO Winners

    Christopher Fry, Twitter's senior vice president of engineering since March 2013, is the newest person on Twitter's board. Last year, he earned more than $10.3 million, including $145,513 in salary, in compensation. He previously was Twitter's vice president of engineering from April 2012 to March 2013. After Twitter's first day as a public company, his holdings are worth $31.4 million.
  • Twitter IPO Winners

    Venture capitalist Peter Fenton has been a board member for Twitter since Feb. 2009. His holdings are worth about $1.4 million after the first day of trading. He is a general partner with Benchmark Capital and serves on the board of Yelp and several other companies. Fenton was ranked number 9 on Forbes' 2013 "Midas List" of best tech investors.
  • Twitter IPO Winners

    Peter Chernin, 60, member of Twitter's board of directors since Nov. 2012, is founder and chairman of Chernin Entertainment LLC. Chernin earned $3.68 million in stock awards from Twitter in 2012.
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  • Twitter IPO Winners

    David Rosenblatt, on Twitter's board since Dec. 2010, is CEO of, an online luxury marketplace. He is former president of global display advertising at Google. Twitter is dividing board members in three classes with staggered three-year terms. Rosenblatt and Williams are Twitter's "Class II directors" and their terms will expire at the annual meeting of stockholders in 2015.
  • Twitter IPO Winners

    Peter Currie, Twitter board member since Nov. 2010, is president of Currie Capital LLC, a private investment firm. Currie is a "Class III director" along with Chernin and Dorsey. Their terms will expire at the annual meeting of stockholders to be held in 2016, Twitter's IPO S-1 filing states.
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