Important Portals & their Founders

 
  1.  Google— Larry Page & Sergey Brin
  2.  Facebook— Mark Zuckerberg
  3.  Yahoo— David Filo & Jerry Yang
  4.  Twitter— Jack Dorsey & Dick Costolo
  5.  Internet— Tim Berners Lee
  6.  Linkedin— Reid Hoffman, Allen Blue& Konstantin Guericke
  7.  Email— Shiva Ayyadurai
  8. Gtalk— Richard Wah kan
  9. Whatsapp— Brian Acton and Jan Koum
  10. Hotmail— Sabeer Bhatia
  11.  Orkut— Buyukkokten
  12.  Wikipedia— Jimmy Wales
  13.  Youtube— Steve Chen, Chad Hurley & JawedKarim
  14.  Rediffmail— Ajit Balakrishnan
  15. Nimbuzz— Martin Smink & Evert Jaap Lugt
  16. Myspace— Chris Dewolfe & Tom Anderson
  17. Ibibo— Ashish Kashyap
  18.  OLX— Alec Oxenford & Fabrice Grinda
  19.  Skype— Niklas Zennstrom, Janus Friis & Reid Hoffman
  20.  Opera— Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner & Geir lvarsoy
  21. Mozilla Firefox— Dave Hyatt & Blake Ross
  22.  Blogger— Evan Willams
  23. Instagram-Kevin Systrom
  24. Hike-Kavin Bharti Mittal
  25. Paytm-Vijay Shekhar Sharma
  26. Oyo rooms-Ritesh Aggarwal
  27. BigBasket- Abhinay Choudhari
  28. Ola-Bhavish Aggarwal
  29. FlipKart-Sachin Bansal
  30. Snapdeal-Kunal Bahul
  31. zoom-Eric Yuan
  32. Uber- Garrett Camp, Travis Kalanick
  33. Pinterest-Ben Silbermann, Paul Sciarra
  34.  Paypal-Max Levchin, Peter Thiel, Luke Nosek, and Ken Howery

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