Here are the people and institutions that will benefit the most from Facebook's initial public offering, assuming a $100 billion valuation for the world's largest online social network.
Some of the percentages below may change due to factors such as what options are exercised and when.
Facebook's biggest shareholder and chief executive owns 533.8 million shares, or a roughly 28 percent stake, worth around $28 billion.
That would make the 27-year-old the fourth-richest American, according to Forbes' 2011 rankings, surpassed only by Microsoft Corp's Bill Gates, legendary investor Warren Buffett and Oracle Corp's Larry Ellison.
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