Check Out The Millionaires (And Billionaires) Groupon's IPO Minted Today

Mellody HobsonMellody Hobson is a director at Groupon and netted a nice chunk of change

Groupon’s first day of trading has come to an end, with the company’s shares closing at $26.11 — 30.6 per cent higher than Groupon’s IPO price of $20.That’s minted billionaires out of the founders and amounted to a nice payout for its investors. We’ve compiled a list of how much money each major shareholder actually made off Groupon’s IPO as of today.

Groupon senior vice president of engineering Brian Totty gets a respectable $16.31 million

Shares owned: 624,786

Percentage: <1%

Value: $16.31 million

AOL vice chairman emeritus Ted Leonsis got $48.27 million

Shares owned: 1,848,770

Percentage: <1%

Value: $48.27 million

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz got $49.59 million

Shares Owned: 1,899,336

Percentage: <1%

Value: $49.59 million

Former Groupon chief technology officer Kenneth M. Pelletier has $70.5 million

Shares Owned: 2,698,944

Percentage: <1 per cent

Value: $70.47 million

Robert S. Solomon gets $105.88 million

Shares owned: 4,055,000

Percentage: <1%

Value: $105.88 million

Andreessen-Horowitz picked up $92.2 million for its investment

Shares owned: 5,064,892

Percentage: <1%

Value: $132.2 million

Investment: $40 million

Gain: $92.2 million

Maverick Fund gained $115 million off its investment

Shares owned: 6,331,120

Percentage: 1%

Value: $165.3 million

Investment: $50 million

Gain: $115.3 million

Greylock Partners picks up $150 million off investing

Shares owned: 8,230,452

Percentage: 1.2%

Value: $214.9 million

Investment: $65 million

Gain: $149.9 million

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers gained $150 million off its investment

Shares owned: 8,230,456

Percentage: 1.2%

Value: $214.9 million

Investment: $65 million

Gain: $149.9 million

Morgan Stanley earned $173 million off its investment

Shares owned: 9,496,680

Percentage: 1.4%

Value: $248 million

Investment: $75 million

Gain: $173 million

T Rowe Price's share is worth $331 million

Shares owned: 12,662,236

Percentage: 1.9%

Value: $330.6 million

Investment: $100 million

Gain: $230.6 million

Fidelity Investments' share is also worth $331 million

Shares owned: 12,662,236

Percentage: 1.9%

Value: $330.6 million

Investment: $100 million

Gain: $230.6 million

Battery Ventures has a share worth $417 million off a $58 million investment

Shares owned: 15,987,252

Percentage: 2.4%

Value: $417.4 million

Investment: $58 million

Gain: $359.4 million

Technology Crossover Ventures nets $346 million off $500 million stake

Shares owned: 18,993,356

Percentage: 2.9%

Value: $495.9 million

Investment: $150 million

Gain: $345.9 million

The Growth Fund of America has a share worth $579 million

Shares owned: 22,158,920

Percentage: 3.3%

Value: $578.6 million

Investment: $175 million

Gain: $403.6 million

Accel Partners' share is worth $867 million

Shares owned: 33,203,928

Percentage: 5.3%

Value: $866.96 million

Investment: $20 million

Gain: $856.96 million

Digital Sky Technologies' stake is worth a whopping $1.11 billion

Shares Owned: 42,421,852

Percentage: 6.4%

Value: $1.11 billion

Investment: $151 million

Gain: $959 million

The Samwer brothers made just more than $1 billion

Shares owned: 39,168,960

Percentage: 6.2%

Value: $1.02 billion

Brad Keywell and his family snagged $1.07 billion

Shares owned: 40,825,030

Percentage: 6.5%

Value: $1.07 billion

Groupon CEO Andrew Mason's stake is now worth $1.2 billion

Shares Owned: 45,934,504

Percentage: 7.3%

Value: $1.20 billion

New Enterprise Associates' shares are worth $2.28 billion

Shares owned: 87,453,072

Percentage: 13.9%

Value: $2.28 billion

Investment: $14.8 million

Gain: $2.26 billion

Eric Lefkofsky and his wife have a whopping $3.34 billion

Shares owned: 64,119,712 (Eric), 64,119,712 (Liz)

Percentage: 20.3%

Value: $1.67 billion (Eric), $1.67 billion (Liz)

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