Kevin Colleran was one of Facebook's first ten employees. But when Sean Parker offered him the job as Facebook's first ad salesman in 2004, Colleran turned him down. Colleran graduated from Babson College, an entrepreneurial school in Boston, and he wanted to work for himself. Show More Summary
Gif via Jason Bergman Last night, Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker sat down for an Ask Me Anything on Reddit, during which he told a bunch of stories (he says that Sean Lennon once told him that he reminded him of his dad, John Lennon)...Show More Summary
Last Sunday’s episode of Silicon Valley, “Bad Money,” was probably the best of the entire season. And it was all thanks to the addition of douche ex machina Russ Hanneman, a foul-mouthed, open-shirted, orange-McLaren driving asshole whose douchiness is matched only by his cluelessness. Show More Summary
Both Silicon Valley and its protagonists’ startup Pied Piper may have found their savior — and it arrived in a McLaren the color of a Flintstone Push-Up Pop, blaring Limp Bizkit’s “Nookie.” At the end of last week’s episode, RichardShow More Summary
Silicon Valley has just introduced us to a character for the ages, and he comes in an excessively tanned, supremely douchey package Meet Russ Hanneman, a cross between Sean Parker and "The Situation" and an embodiment of all the worst...Show More Summary
"Fugitive" -- Mary (Adelaide Kane) goes to extremes to halt Francis (Toby Regbo) from his quest to catch Conde (Sean Teale) at any cost. Catherine (Megan Follows), jealous of Narcisse's (Craig Parker) relationship with Lola (Anna Popplewell),...Show More Summary
A new bipartisan think tank with a focus on creating better opportunities for startups and small businesses is launching in Washington, D.C. today with backing from Silicon Valley. Sean Parker, Ron Conway and other well-known tech figures...Show More Summary
TheAudience, the entertainment-focused social media and digital content marketing company founded by Sean Parker, Ari Emanuel, and Oliver Luckett, is shutting down in the UK, sources have told Business Insider. Sources close to the company...Show More Summary
Even Sean Hannity thinks Star Parker went too far
Conservative columnist and activist Star Parker ripped President Barack Obama on Monday in a panel discussion with Fox News host Sean Hannity, comparing his remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast to a sexual assault. “I was in that room — and it was, frankly, verbal rape,”...
President Obama's comments about Christians getting on their "high horse" were so offensive to columnist Star Parker that, on Sean Hannity's show tonight, she called them "verbal rape."
Conservative author, columnist and activist Star Parker told Sean Hannity on Monday that President Obama’s remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast last week amounted to “verbal rape.” Parker explained that Obama “sucked all the energy from the room” with his … Continue reading ?
Before he convinced Mark Zuckerberg to drop the "the" and signed on as Facebook's first president, Sean Parker helped launch two other big startups: Napster and Plaxo. Napster is the one you've probably heard of. The music file-sharing...Show More Summary
Minh Nuygen, 38, has been charged with first-degree murder. Nuygen, who has worked with social media giant Sean Parker to develop the online address book Plaxo, allegedly killed his ex-wife's husband on Thursday in Ashburn, Virginia. CBS News Crimsider reporter Michelle Sigona has more.
Minh Nguyen, who co-founded the contact management and social networking startup Plaxo (along with Sean Parker), has been charged with first-degree murder, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. DCInno and NBC Washington both reported the victim’s identity as Corey Mattison, who recently married Nguyen’s ex-wife. Read More
The nation's largest banks face dropping income amid a loss of investor interest in their stocks. A company controlled by tech mogul Sean Parker donated $250,000 to Mayor Bill de Blasio's nonprofit... To view the full story, click the title link.
A company owned by tech billionaire Sean Parker made a $250,000 donation to Mayor Bill de Blasio's nonprofit lobbying group last July, newly released records show. It was by far the largest gift to... To view the full story, click the title link.
Sean Parker will donate $24 million to a cause that he says personally affected him.
Sean Parker has announced he will donate $24 million to the Stanford University School of Medicine to create a new center that will research severe food allergies.
After a life-long struggle with food allergies, billionaire Sean Parker has pledged $24 million to fund an allergy research center at Stanford University.