The Second-largest Shareholder in Twitter is the Saudi Prince, Alwaleed.

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The monarch stated he adhered to his $1. 9 billion equity promise to the social media business’s new owner; after flip-flopping on his support of Elon Musk’s bid for the company.

Saudi Arabia’s Prince Alwaleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz declared in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that he had fulfilled his $1. 9billion pledge, making him the second-largest stakeholder in the social media giant after Musk. Alwaleed, is one of the most well-known Saudi investors in American companies for many years.

Along the process, he acquired shares in businesses like HP, Apple, Kodak, and others;and moved up to the top of Forbes’ list of the World’s Billionaires.

Alwaleed purchased $20 million of Twitter stock on May 13, the same day that Musk’s announcement about his $44 billion takeover of the social media giant being put on hold saw shares tumbling 9. 7%, only to sell the same shares for $1.7 million trading loss.


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