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Meet the new Compulsive Centrist Disorder, same as the old one (boldface mine): It comes in handy as the San Francisco entrepreneur leads Brigade, the high-profile, highly funded civic engagement platform. Sean Parker – the billionaire early Facebook investor – … Continue reading ?
Ellen DegGeneres makes a nice profit on the sell of her home. The 11,511 square foot home sold for $55 million to Sean Parker, co-founder of Napster, in an off-market deal he and Ellen made, according to The Desert Sun. According to L.A. Times, the beautiful Los Angeles’ Westside home was built in 1950 for
What on earth is Sean Parker thinking? Despite a history of benevolent charitable giving and Democratic fundraising, the multi-billionaire founding Facebook president has suddenly reversed course. Now his attention seems to be on propping up virulently antigay politicians. Show More Summary
After having had private meetings with Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg and Napster co-founder Sean Parker, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) will attend a "conservatarian" tech conference this weekend in Silicon Valley that is being organized by a former Jeb Bush adviser. Show More Summary
Hey, remember Sean “(Tolkien-inspired) Weddings Used to Be Sacred” Parker, the Internet-enabled billionaire who threw a 9,500-word on-line tantrum when Internet-enabled strangers made fun of his overwrought wedding planning? He’s still a douche canoe — or, at the least, a very public sucker. Show More Summary
U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) Q2 2014 Earnings Conference Call July 16, 2014 9:30 AM ET Executives Sean O’Connor - Director of IR Richard Davis - Chairman, President and CEO Andy Cecere - Vice Chairman and CFO Bill Parker – Vice Chairman and...Show More Summary
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The tech industry’s political orientation around transit is decidedly incoherent. On the one hand, you have this investment relationship between Uber and self-driving car maker Google that could ultimately obviate the need for car ownership in dense, urban environments. Show More Summary
The moneybags tech mogul wants parking to be cheaper and the city to put drivers' needs ahead of everyone else's.
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A report this morning in Politico that Sean Parker—he of Napster and Facebook fame and fortune—has "sharply ramped up his political giving to Republicans" with contributions of about a half-a-million dollars will no doubt spur stories about the shifting political allegiances of Silicon Valley. Show More Summary
Sean Parker, he of Napster, Facebook, Timberlake, and $4.5 million wedding ceremony fame, has donated $49,000 to back a voter initiative to give more of a voice to San Francisco motorists. The bill, which will appear on the San Francisco ballot in November, bears the vague title “Restore Transportation Balance”. As reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, it includes...
Now that former Facebook president Sean Parker has his billions from Silicon Valley, he's tackling DC next, funneling cash to politicians that specialize in "compromise." And in Parker's mind, those who compromise happen to be Republicans. Read more...
Napster co-founder and Former Facebook president Sean Parker donated $350,000 to help Sen. Thad Cochran's (R-MS) allies court black Democrats and liberal union voters to get more votes than conservative challenger Chris McDaniel in the June runoff, and Parker is just getting started helping establishment Republicans. Show More Summary
Ellen DeGeneres is most certainly a savvy business woman and leaving her current relationship issues with Portia de Rossi aside, she must be pretty happy with the $17 million profit she just made on the sale of her Brody House, on L.A.’s Westside, to Napster founder Sean Parker. The stunning property, which was custom built
Ellen DeGeneres has sold the A. Quincy Jones-designed Brody House on Los Angeles' Westside to Napster co-founder Sean Parker for $55 million in an off-market deal.
California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom wants to be every techie's favorite politician. He wrote an entire book about technology reinventing government and routinely speaks at industry events. He even attended Sean Parker's infamous wedding. Now Newsom is declaring his "intense passion" for Silicon Valley's chosen car company. Read more...
Ellen DeGeneres is dancing the happy real estate dance. The daytime TV host reportedly made a $15 million profit when she sold her Los Angeles Brody House for $55 million to Napster co-founder Sean Parker, reports TMZ.
If you were the least bit worried that Ellen DeGeneres wouldn't have a place to stay after unloading her $55 million pad, don't be. With her $15 million dollar profit - thanks Sean Parker - Ellen and her wife Portia de Rossi now have a new $16 million Beverly Hills condo to call home. Show More Summary