UNI­CORNS AND THEIR AN­CES­TORS

Forbes - - FORBES 400 - —ALEX KON­RAD

EX­CLUD­ING AIRBNB’S THREE CO­FOUNDERS, THERE ARE 14 FORBES 400 MEM­BERS WHOSE FOR­TUNES DE­RIVE FROM PRI­VATELY HELD TECH COM­PA­NIES. SOME FIRMS ARE UNI­CORNS, BUT MOST ARE MUCH OLDER.

dan Kurz­ius $2.1B MAIlChIMP (2001) Small busi­ness email and mar­ket­ing soft­ware

ben chest­nut $2.1B MAIlChIMP (2001) Small busi­ness email and mar­ket­ing soft­ware

JacK danGer­mond $4.1B ESrI (1969) Map­ping soft­ware

James Good­niGht $8.9B SAS IN­StI­tutE (FoUnDED 1976) An­a­lyt­ics soft­ware

david stew­ard $3.4B WOrld WIdE tECh­NOl­Ogy (1990) IT ser­vices and so­lu­tions

travis Kalan­icK $5.9B ubEr (2009) Ride hail­ing; food de­liv­ery; freight

Joseph lie­mandt $3B trIl­Ogy SOft­WArE (1989) Soft­ware ser­vices

John tu $5.4B KINgStON tECh­NOl­Ogy (1987) Mem­ory cards and flash drives

david sun $5.4B KINgStON tECh­NOl­Ogy (1987) Mem­ory cards and flash drives

thomas siebel $2.9B C3 IOt (2009) AI and In­ter­net of Things soft­ware

Judy FaulKner $3.5B EPIC (1979) Med­i­cal-records soft­ware

phillip raGon $2.1B INtErSyStEMS (1978) Big data and health­care soft­ware

thai lee $2.3B ShI IN­tEr­NA­tIONAl (1989) IT ser­vices and so­lu­tions

John sall $4.4B SAS IN­StI­tutE (1976) An­a­lyt­ics soft­ware

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