Tesla CEO Elon Musk boasted that the company’s new Cybertruck is “apocalypse-proof” at a live event for new owners. Videos of the vehicle show it withstanding fire from handguns, an armour-piercing arrow and a submachine gun.
The billionaire opened up to Forbes last year about his plans for a big shake up, citing changes in his family life.
Led by former Sequoia partner Michael Abramson, two-year-old Newlands already holds billions in equities like Alphabet, Amazon and Meta. But no one wants to talk.
If Curtis Priem, Nvidia’s first CTO, had held onto all his stock, he’d be the 16th richest person in America. Instead, he sold out years ago and gave most of his fortune to his alma mater Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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Elisabeth DeLuca has already doled out $250 million of her fortune toward conservation and education and earmarked another $600 million to charitable foundations.
How Sam Bankman-Fried’s possible 110 year sentence stacks up against other ex-billionaires and billionaires who’ve served time.
She’s not there yet but iron ore billionaire Gina Rinehart is on her way to being crowned the world’s first lithium queen.
John Paul DeJoria went from living out of a car to becoming a shampoo and tequila billionaire. Some forty years after he struck it rich, he shares investing wisdom he’s gained along the way.
Red Bull co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz passed away last year after a long-term bout with cancer.
A new employee stock plan revealed the company is worth $19 billion, 55% less than the $44 billion Musk paid for it last year.