How rich is Steve Case?
Steve Case Net Worth:
|Birth date:||August 21, 1958|
|Birth place:||Honolulu, Hawaii, United States|
|Education:||Williams College, Punahou School|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Jean Case (m. 1998)|
|Parents:||Carol Holmes Case, Daniel H. Case|
|Siblings:||Daniel H. Case III, Carin Case Shippey, Jeffrey Holmes Case|
|TV shows:||Habitat (1986), Club Caribe (1989), Quantum Space (1989), Dungeons & Dragons (Neverwinter Nights), Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG), QuantumLink Serial (1988)|
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American Steve Case comes with an estimated net worth of $1.4 billion according to Forbes. He’s #1031 in Forbes Billionaires List, #344 in the USA and #285 in Forbes 400 List as of 2012. He’s best known as the former CEO and Chairman of America Online (AOL). Born Stephen McConnell Case on August 21, 1958 in Honolulu, Hawaii, he graduated in the private Punahou School in 1976 and attended Central Union Church.
Steve Case Net Worth $1.4 Billion
In 1980, he graduated from Williams College in Williamston, Massachusetts having a degree in political science. After school, he previously worked for Procter & Gamble, Pizza Hut, Control Video Corporation, and Quantum Computer Services that he afterwards altered to America Online. He chose to concentrate in creating community-based programs and his strategy paid-of. By 2002, the company has 26.7 million subscribers.
Since his retirement as chairman of AOL Time Warner in 2003, he’s developed several companies together with his investment company, Revolution, LLC. He also served as chairman of the Case Foundation run by his own wife Jean Case. It is devoted to applying the web to create philanthropy more powerful and efficient. He was chosen by President Barrack Obama to serve as chairman of the Start-up America Partnership and named to the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness. He also chairs Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure (ABC2), a non-profit organization he founded together with his brother, Dan.
In January, his investment company, Revolution, sold its stake in Zipcar for about $95 million. Additionally, it has investments in Living Social, a rival of Group on, Echo360, a software maker that records faculty classroom lectures in a digital format for students to view on their computers and cellular devices, and FedBid, which provides on-line auctions for sales to government. He still lives in Hawaii and possesses a 40,000-acre Grove Farm on the island of Kaua’i.