Wealth. Power. The four San Franciscans to make the élite Forbes list of the 20 richest people in the world have both and more. So, drumroll please! Your money-havers are Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin, Larry Page, and Larry Ellison. That's two Larrys and four white male techies, as MarketWatch points out for us. Here, the rankings:

Larry Ellison, Oracle, #5 with $54.3 billion.

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, #16 with $33.4 billion.

Larry Page, Google, #19 with $29.7 billion.

Sergey Brin, Google, #20 with $29.2 billion.

Bill Gates was number one on the list this year, by the by. And, spreading the wealth around, San Francisco had a few newbie billionaire remarked on by Forbes (though not in the Top 20 richest).

Brian Chesky of Airbnb is now worth $1.9 billion, which is fun. And Travis Kalanick ($5.3 billion), Uber's CEO is another, plus cofounder Garrett Camp and first hire Ryan Graves also made the cut.

Further, the whole list of regular-old billionaires has some more locals on it, like Facebook's Dustin Moskovitz, and WhatsApp's Jan Koum.

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