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Wednesday 20 September 2017

This is the world’s most valuable selfie of CEOs

The Mew selfie.
The Mew selfie.
The Warren Buffet, Bill Gates and Charlie Munger ‘selfie’
Nick Webb

Nick Webb

THE Warren Buffet, Bill Gates and Charlie Munger ‘selfie’ that lit up Twitter last week may in fact be only the second most valuable tweeted picture.

This mew selfie from the recent Walmart's Sustainability Product Expo, shows the chief executives of companies with a combined market cap of over $1 trilion.

In the picture are, from left: John Bryant, CEO of the $24bn-valued Kellogg Company; Doug McMillon, CEO of the $257bn Walmart; AG Lafley, the boss of the $224bn-valued Procter & Gamble; Kees Kruythoff, president (North America) of the $73bn-valued Unilever; Hugh Grant, chairman and CEO of $58bn Monsanto; Indra Nooyi, chairperson and CEO of PepsiCo, which has a market cap of $313bn; Denise Morrison, president and CEO of Campbells, which is worth $14.3bn; and finally, Roberto Marques, chairman of the $287bn- valued J&J. (There’s also another person in the picture who can’t be identified).

The Bill Gates, Charlie Munger and Warren Buffet selfie taken at US channel CNBC's Squawk Box, showed a combined net worth of just $140bn.

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