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Indian-origin technopreneur ranked 10th on the under 40 rich list

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Arun Pudur, an Indian origin CEO of Malaysia-based Celframe Technology Group of Companies, has been named the 10th richest person under 40 by Wealth-X, a global wealth intelligence and prospecting company.

Pudur, who is currently worth $4 billion, started at the age of 13 fixing bikes, and breeding champion dogs and became a millionaire at an early age of 21.

The list which was topped by Mark Zuckerberg with personal wealth estimated to be around $35.1 billion, also featured two under 40 female billionaires, Yang Huiyan of China and an American biotech entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes.

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Meeting Between Members of European Parliament and Mark Zuckerberg to be Web Streamed

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Tajani had requested that Zuckerberg appear in front of members of the European Parliament in person in order to address the issue.
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A meeting between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and members of the European Parliament (EP) over the social network’s use of personal data will be webstreamed, the Parliament’s President said on Monday.

The meeting, scheduled to take place on Tuesday, would be streamed over the Internet after Zuckerberg agreed to it, EP President Antonio Tajani said on Twitter.

“I am glad to announce that he has accepted this new request. Great news for EU citizens… I thank him for the respect shown towards EP,” Tajani said.

The meeting would take place a month-and-a-half after Zuckerberg testified before the US Congress over an alleged massive personal data leak to UK-based firm Cambridge Analytica.

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Tajani had requested that Zuckerberg appear in front of members of the European Parliament in person in order to address the issue.

“We are convinced that the millions of Europeans affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal deserve a full and thorough explanation from Facebook’s top manager, just as was the case for US citizens,” Tajani penned in a letter to Zuckerberg in April. (IANS)

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