Charles Zegar Net Worth

Charles Zegar, born in 1948 in New York, is one of the three billionaire cofounders of Bloomberg LP, a financial services and media giant. He is a computer science graduate from NYU and is responsible for the first software for Bloomberg LP's terminals. He is married to Merryl Snow Zegar and they donate to Jewish causes and inner-city education through their Zegar Family Foundation.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Year 1948
Birth Place New York, New York, United States
Residence New York City, New York
Alma mater B.A. Long Island University M.S. New York University
Occupation Computer programmer
Known for co-founder of Bloomberg L.P.
Spouse(s) Spouse 1 (widowed) Merryl Judith Snow

💰 Net worth: $3.4 Billion (2024)

Charles Zegar, a prominent figure in the media and entertainment industry in the United States, is anticipated to have an estimated net worth of $3.4 billion by 2024. With his remarkable success and influence, Zegar has made a name for himself through his various ventures in the entertainment world. Having played a significant role in shaping the industry, his wealth reflects his entrepreneurial spirit and expertise in identifying and seizing lucrative opportunities. As an influential figure in the media and entertainment sector, Zegar's net worth underlines his immense contributions to this evolving industry.

2010 $1 Billion
2013 $1 Billion
2014 $1.3 Billion
2015 $1.4 Billion
2016 $1.8 Billion
2017 $1.9 Billion
2018 $2.06 Billion

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Zegar is one of the four founding partners of Innovative Market Systems (later renamed Bloomberg L.P.), which was established in 1982. The other founders were Michael Bloomberg, Tom Secunda, and Duncan MacMillan. Zegar met Bloomberg while both were working at Salomon Brothers. Zegar initially led Bloomberg's software development efforts.


Zegar has been married twice. He is widowed from his first wife. He remarried in 2001 to administrative judge, Merryl Judith Snow; the Service was officiated by Rabbi Joel Goor and took place at the Essex House in Manhattan.