Facebook's long-awaited entrance into the stock market is coming up, and its current stake holders are expected to rake in large sums of money. The stock is expected to price from $28 to $35 per share, Bloomberg reported. That could value the company as much as $96 billion. The following is a list of the 40 biggest stakeholders in the company and how much they are expected to earn, according to whoownsfacebook.com.

41 Following the money

WhoOwnsFacebook.com based the following numbers on the company being worth $85 million.

If the IPO performs better, then these personal fortunes would be worth even more.

40 Divya Narendra

Facebook stake: .022%
Value: $18.7 million
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Divya Nerendra was the co-founder of HarvardConnection, a social network used by Harvard students that later expanded to other universities.

He, along with Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, approached Mark
Zuckerberg, Facebook's founder, for assistance in writing the code for HarvardConnection.

Zuckerberg allegedly did not fulfill his obligations for HarvardConnection and went on to establish his own social network thefacebook.com.

The founders of HarvardConnection sued Zuckerberg, which ended in a $65 million settlement.

39 Tyler Winklevoss

Facebook stake: .022%
Value: $18.7 million
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Tyler and his twin brother Cameron were part of the founding group of HarvardConnection. The two allege that Mark Zuckerberg copied their idea when creating Facebook and sued for $140 million in 2004, which ended in a $65 million settlement.

38 Cameron Winklevoss

Facebook stake: .022%
Value: $18.7 million
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The Winklevoss brother and Divya Nerendra's ownership is based on the $10 million in Facebook stock they reportedly received as part of the 2008 settlement, which whoownsfacebook.com assumed was split three ways.

37 Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Facebook stake: .073%
Value: $62 million
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This Menlo Park, Calif.-based venture captial firm made it big after it invested in Amazon.com and Google during the dot-com boom.

The company also has purchased stakes in Groupon, Twitter and Zynga.

36 Ezra Callahan

Facebook stake: .08%
Value: $68 million
Info:
Callahan was brought on in 2004 to help sell advertising to businesses targeting the college student demographic. He's considered Facebook's first product manager.

He left Facebook in July 2010

35 General Atlantic

Facebook stake: .1%
Value: $85 million
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The New York-based venture capital firm manages $17 billion in capital and has holding in Gilt Groupe as well as other tech investments in other countries.

34 Marc, Oliver and Alexander Samwer

Facebook stake: .1%
Value: $85 million
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The brothers contributed $15 million in Facebook's Series D $375 million investment round in 2008 as angel investors.

The three founded Alando, which sold to eBay for $54 million in 1999.

In 2006, the German born trio created the European Founders Fund, which has invested in LinkedIn, MFG.com and HomeAway.

33 Theodore Ullyot

Facebook stake: .1%
Value: $85 million; $250 million after shares vest
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Ullyot is a lawyer and is currently Facebook's general counsel. He was formerly part of the George W. Bush Administration.

He currenly holds 1.86 million shares in the company and another 3.8 million of restricted stock.

32 Mike Schroepfer

Facebook stake: .11%
Value: $95 million; $370 million after shares vest
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Mike Schroepfer has been the vice president of engineering at Facebook since 2008.
He currently holds 2.1 million shares in Facebook with another 6.1 million of restricted stock.

31 David Ebersman

Facebook stake: .11%
Value: $95 million; $400 million after share vest
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Ebersman serves as Facebook's chief financial officer.
He holds 2.1 million shares and 7.5 million in restricted stock.

30 Fidelity Investments

Facebook stake: .18%
Value: $150 million
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Fidelity is one of the largest mutual fund and brokerage firms in the world.

The Boston-based financial company acquired its stake in March 2011 at $25 per share.

29 Andreessen Horowitz

Facebook stake: .18%
Value: $150 million
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Founded by Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz, this Menlo Park-Calif. based venture capital firm also has stake in Groupon, Twitter and Zynga.

28 David Choe

Facebook stake: .2%
Value: $170 million
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Choe works as a muralist, graffiti artist and graphic novelist.

The artist was commissioned to paint the walls of Facebook's Palo Alto, Calif. office. Choe received his shares in exchange for work done.

27 Justin Rosenstein

Facebook stake: .2%
Value: $170 million
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Rosenstein was recruited to Facebook from Google. He worked as an engineer for Facebook and led the technical team that created the "like" button.

He is currently the co-founder of a company called Asana, which makes oneline productivity mangement software.

26 Marc Andreessen

Facebook stake: .25%
Value: $225 million
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Andreessen is the co-founder of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, which also holds stake in Facebook.

In addition to his firm's stake, Andreessen holds five million shares.

25 Interpublic

Facebook stake: .25%
Value: $212 million
Info:
The New York-based company purchased shares in Facebook in 2006.

The company owns agencies like McCann Erickson, Mullen and R/GA.

24 Mark Pincus

Facebook stake: .5%
Value: $425 million
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Mark Pincus is the co-founder of Zynga, maker of social media games like Farmville and Mafia Wars.

Pincus invested $40,000 during the first investment round.

23 Reid Hoffman

Facebook stake: .5%
Value: $425 million
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Hoffman was the executive vice president of PayPal and is co-founder of LinkedIn where he still serves as Executive Chairman.

Much like Mark Pincus, he invested $40,000 during Facebook's angel investment round.

22 Western Technology Investment

Facebook stake: .5%
Value: $425 million
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WTI is a venture capital firm based in San Jose, Calif.

21 T. Rowe Price

Facebook stake: .6%
Value: $510 million
Info:
Baltimore-based corporate investment group T. Rowe Price invested $190.5 million in Facebook on April 2011.

20 Owen Van Natta

Facebook stake: .8%
Value: $680 million
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Van Natta joined Facebook in 2005 as chief operating officer.

He later became the the CEO of MySpace in 2009 and executive vice president of business at Zynga in 2010.

19 Adam D'Angelo

Facebook stake: .8%
Value: $680 million
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D'Angelo served as Facebook's chief technology officer before leaving in 2009.

The former CTO went on to co-found Quora, an online database of information.

18 Jeff Rothschild

Facebook stake: .8%
Value: $680 million
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Jeff Rothschild is a consulting partner at Accel Partners, the first venture capital firm to invest in Facebook.

17 Matt Cohler

Facebook stake: .8%
Value: $680 million
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Matt Cohler is the former vice president of product management at Facebook.

He left Facebook in 2008 to become a general partner at Silicon Valley-based Benchmark Capital.

16 Li Ka-Shing

Facebook stake: .8%
Value: $680 million
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Ka-shing's estimated worth is about $16.2 billion, and is considered the 16th richest man in the world.

15 Chris Hughes

Facebook stake: 1%
Value: $850 million
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Chris Hughes is one of the co-founders of Facebook.

He left the company in 2007 to serve as coordinator of online organizing for Barack Obama's 2008 campaign.

14 Goldman Sachs

Facebook stake: 1%
Value: $850 million
Info:
The New York-based investment bank made its sizeable investment in 2011.

13 Jim Breyer

Facebook stake: .6%
Value: $510 million
Info:
Breyer is an angel investor through Accel and Breyer Capital.

12 Elevation Partners

Facebook stake: 1.5%
Value: 1.275 billion
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Previous investments from this Silicon Valley-based venture firm, like Palm and Forbes Magazine, didn't do as well as its Facebook deal.

The company includes U2 front man Bono as a partner.

11 Meritech Capital Partners

Facebook stake: 1.5%
Value: $1.275 billion
Info:
The Palo Alto, Calif.-based venture capital firm invested $27.5 million in Facebook during its series C round.

10 Greylock Partners

Facebook stake: 1.5%
Value: $1.275 billion
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This firm also invested $27.5 million in the series C round.

9 Microsoft

Facebook stake: 1.6%
Value: $1.36 billion
Info:
Microsoft invested $240 million in the Fall of 2007 as part of a advertising and ownership agreement.

8 Sheryl Sandberg

Facebook stake: .1%
Value: $86 million; $1.8 billion after shares vest
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Sheryl Sandberg has been Facebook's chief operating officer since 2008.

She holds 1.9 million share in Facebook, but has 40 million in restricted stock that will bring her value to $1.8 billion after the shares open.

7 Peter Thiel

Facebook stake: 2.5%
Value: $2.13 billion
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Theil invested $500,000 in 2004, making him the first significant outside investor in Facebook.

He was also an investor in PayPal, YouTube and LinkedIn.

6 Sean Parker

Facebook stake: 4%
Value: $3.4 billion
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In 1999, Parker helped co-found Napster. He became Mark Zuckerberg's mentor and advisor after the two met in a Chinese restaurant in New York in 2004.

5 Eduardo Saverin

Facebook stake: 4%
Value: $3.4 billion
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Saverin is a former classmate of Mark Zuckerberg's and one of the three original founders of Facebook.

4 Digital Sky Technologies

Facebook stake: 5.4%
Value: $4.6 billion
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Digital Sky is a Russian Internet holding company. It invested $200 million in May of 2009.

The company has stake in Zynga and Groupon as well.

Yuri Milner, managing partner of Digital Sky, is pictured on the left.

3 Dustin Moskovitz

Facebook stake: 7.6%
Value: $6.5 billion
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Moskovitz was roommates with Mark Zuckerberg at Harvard.

He served as the company's vice president of engineering and chief technology officer until he left in 2008 to start Asana, a company that develops online project management for companies.

2 Accel Partners

Facebook stake: 10%
Value: $8.5 billion
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This Palo Alto, Calif.-based venture firm invested $12.7 million in Facebook to receive 190 million class B shares.

1 Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook stake: 28.2%
Value: $24 billion
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Mark Zuckerberg is the founder of Facebook.

He was selected as TIME magazine's "Person of the Year" in 2010 and has rejected buyout offers from Viacom, Yahoo! and others.