Zenreach is announcing that it has raised $30 million in Series C funding. The round comes from venture capital firms like Maverick Ventures, Maverick Ventures, Founders Fund (Founders Fund’s Peter Thiel joined the board last year),Show More Summary
One of the most legendary beefs in media may be coming to an end.
Why is Silicon Valley so cruel to New Zealand? First we discover PayPal founder and Trump acolyte, Peter Thiel is a secret citizen, now it's emerged Apple pays the country absolutely nothing in taxes. Apparently the tech giant paidShow More Summary
New Zealand isn't just an escape hatch for Silicon Valley billionaires like Peter Thiel; it's also become the object of many Americans' affection in the wake of Donald Trump's recent presidential election win. US-based applications for New Zealand citizenship have skyrocketed in the 12 weeks since November 2016, according to the Associated Press. Show More Summary
Get away from her, Amazon! Via Gizmodo: What would you do if you were a billionaire? Elon Musk is trying to get to Mars. Peter Thiel wants to live forever. And Jeff Bezos, well, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos apparently wants to rule the world in a gigantic robot. Show More Summary
What would you do if you were a billionaire? Elon Musk is trying to get to Mars. Peter Thiel wants to live forever. And Jeff Bezos, well, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos apparently wants to rule the world in a gigantic robot. At least that’s the impression you might get from the photos and video taken yesterday. Read more...
Or so suggests the New Yorker Last Saturday, a smattering of people gathered in front of controversial figure Peter Thiel’s Billionaire’s Row mansion to protest his company, Palantir Technologies, an outfit that produces software that...Show More Summary
On Saturday afternoon, a group of about fifty tech workers, attorneys, anti-surveillance activists, and other Bay Area denizens stood outside a three-story, nine-bedroom, twenty-five-million-dollar mansion. It is the home of the investor, entrepreneur, and Trump adviser Peter Thiel, who co-founded Palantir Technologies, in 2004. Show More Summary
It seems Peter Thiel may be on to something as there's been a surge in American interest in immigrating to New Zealand in the wake of the election of Donald Trump. The Associated Press dug into some data via a Freedom of InformationShow More Summary
"You need to be committed to all kinds of diversity, including ideological diversity," says Facebook's founder.
Mark Zuckerberg defended Facebook board member and Trump advisor Peter Thiel during a Q&A with students from North Carolina A&T State University on Monday. The Facebook CEO offered up his defense of Thiel, a billionaire venture capitalist...Show More Summary
Around 40 protesters rallied Saturday afternoon outside the San Francisco home of Peter Thiel, a billionaire businessman and adviser to President Trump, over fears his data analytics company would partner with the administration to facilitate...Show More Summary
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He’s impressed by fracking: “What’s very striking is that on some level I think fracking represents a bigger economic form of progress for our society as a whole than the innovation in Silicon Valley.” Globalization and Trump: The onstage...Show More Summary
The government of New Zealand released Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel’s citizenship paperwork, after it was revealed that he had become a citizen under unusual circumstances. But that paperwork only contains a single mention of Thiel’s global spy software company, Palantir. And New Zealand media are now… Read more...
Global warming is a topic that suffers from "groupthink," and cries out for an "open debate" among scientists. Oh, and it also might not be real. This is all this according to Peter Thiel, a Facebook board member and influential advisor to President Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Among the list of unusual opinions from investor and Trump advisor Peter Thiel -- like injecting himself with young blood, his thoughts on women and the right to vote, and funding lawsuits against Gawker -- add energy and climate change. On...Show More Summary
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"Some ideas just can't wait," reads the website for the Thiel Fellowship. In 2011, investor, entrepreneur, and Trump adviser Peter Thiel launched a program that awards $100,000 to promising young entrepreneurs who are willing to drop out of college and turn their bright ideas into real businesses. Show More Summary