World’s second richest man sells private jet after Twitter activists track every flight

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The world’s second richest man has sold his private jet after being tracked by Twitter climate activists. Bernard Arnault – the CEO of luxury goods company LVMH and co-founder of Louis Vuitton – is worth an eye-watering €140 billion. But he’s not immune to the criticisms of the Twitterverse. The billionaire’s company has sold its private jet after a social media account started tracing his flights and tallying his carbon emissions. “Indeed, with all these stories, the group had a plane and we sold it,” Arnault told France’s Radio Classique. “The result now is that no one can see where I go bec…

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