Tony Hsieh Net Worth

How much is Tony Hsieh worth?

Net Worth:$1 Billion
Date of Birth:December 12, 1973
Date of Death:November 27, 2020 (46 years old)
Height:1.71 m, 5 ft 7 in
Tony Hsieh Net Worth:
$1 Billion

Tony Hsieh is an internet entrepreneur who is of American nationality. Hsieh is also a venture capitalist, and he is the CEO of the famous online clothing and shoe store known as Zappos. Before he founded Zappos, Hsieh co-founded LinkExchange. It was a network dealing with Internet advertising. In the year 1998, Tony Hsieh sold LinkExchange to Microsoft for a handsome amount of $265 million.

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Actor Tony Hsieh has a networth that has to be considered jaw droppingly high, not to say inspiring.


After graduating from Harvard University in computer science, Tony Hsieh joined Oracle Corporation. Later due to dissatisfaction with his job, he quit Oracle and co-founded LinkExchange. In the year 1998, he sold Link Exchange to Microsoft for a sum of $ 265 million. An investment firm or an incubator named Venture frogs was co-founded by Tony Hsieh after he sold LinkExchange. His partner in this project was Alfred Lin.

Personal Life

His parents, Judy and Richard Hsieh, moved to San Francisco after having him in Illinois.

He won the Ernst & Whinney and Arthur M. Young & Co. Entrepreneur Of The Year Award in 2007. He sold his online shoe company Zappos to Jeff Bezos’ company Amazon in 2009.

Inspirational Quotes by Tony Hsieh

For me, the most fun is change or growth. There are definitely elements of both that I like. Launching a business is kind of like a motorboat: You can go very quickly and turn fast.

Tony Hsieh

Our customers call and e-mail us to say that's how it feels when a Zappos box arrives. And that's how we view this company.

Tony Hsieh

For me, my role is about unleashing what people already have inside them that is maybe suppressed in most work environments.

Tony Hsieh

A bigger business is like a cruise ship: There are lots of amenities and you can go a lot further, but it's harder to turn quickly.

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Businesses often forget about the culture, and ultimately, they suffer for it because you can't deliver good service from unhappy employees.

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