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Paul Allen’s Silicon Valley estate just hit the market for $41.5 million. Take a look inside the late Microsoft cofounder’s 7-bedroom mans...
The home is in Atherton, California, where the average household income is $450,696 and residents include tech execs Sheryl Sandberg and Eric Schmidt.
Inside the world’s largest plane, which has a wingspan longer than a football field and a mysterious new owner
The Stratolaunch is 238 feet long, 50 feet tall, and has a 385-foot wingspan. It made its first flight in April.
Paul Allen’s 414-foot superyacht is for sale for $325 million. Take a look at the late Microsoft cofounder’s yacht, which has 2 helipads a...
The 414-foot superyacht, Octopus, has eight decks, an elevator, a cinema, two helipads, and a glass-bottomed underwater observation lounge.
Paul Allen’s former Beverly Hills property got a major price cut and is back on the market for $110 million. Take a look at the late Microsoft c...
The empty development site, which sits on a hilltop overlooking downtown Los Angeles and spans 5 empty lots, has gotten a $40 million price cut.
The founders of billion-dollar tech companies — including Apple, WhatsApp, and Fitbit — have achieved success without ever getting college degrees.
Before he died, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen worked on a simulation machine that turned his passions into virtual experiences.
A WWII US aircraft carrier, lost for 76 years, has been found on the floor of the South Pacific Ocean
The USS Hornet, which sank in the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, was discovered by Vulcan, founded by the late Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen.
Jeff Bezos shot straight to the top of a ranking of America’s biggest donors — here’s how much tech moguls gave away to good causes ...
Jeff Bezos, the world's richest man, gave $2 billion to good causes on 2018, according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Bill and Melinda Gates revealed their 9 biggest surprises from 2018 in a letter dedicated to Microsoft’s late cofounder
Bill and Melinda Gates' surprises include home DNA tests catching serial killers, sexist data, and the fact that toilets remain largely unchanged.
Microsoft's first 11 employees went off into some weird, wild, and wacky new careers.