TechCrunch had a long interview with Peter Thiel, in which he discussed many, many things (mostly coming from subjects in his recently released Zero to One book). One of which was a brief comment about how the so-called “Paypal Mafia” was up late talking about their misspent youths. Apparently several of the team liked to build things that went boom. Now, skip to Musk’s comment:...
Via the NY Post: PayPal’s colorful co-founders, Elon Musk and Peter Thiel, are on opposite sides of the fence when it comes to billionaire investor Carl Icahn’s call to separate the payments company from its parent company, online retailer eBay. … “‘It doesn’t make sense that a global payment system is a subsidiary of an auction website, ’ Musk said, also in Forbes.” Sharing...
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