Wang spent a decade at iPhone assembler Foxconn, where she started as a factory worker before starting competitor Luxshare with her brother in 2004. The siblings listed Luxshare in Shenzhen in 2010. Luxshare’s dominance has grown, and the company has snatched market share from Foxconn, becoming a maker of AirPods as well as Apple’s most strategically important supplier. For the better part of the last 10 years, Wang has been one of the wealthiest women in the world, regularly ranking on top lists of female billionaires. This year, she is worth at least $8 billion, according to Forbes.