Sean Parker

Sean Parker

American internet technology entrepreneur

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Steven Levy
February 12, 2020
Wired
In the early days of Facebook, Zuck kept his plans for world domination in handwritten journals. He destroyed them. But a few revealing pages survived.
Steven Bertoni, Forbes Staff
April 15, 2019
Forbes
For its new Opportunity Zones Summit Forbes is gathering the top money managers, investors, family offices, government leaders, policy experts, OZ fund founders and entrepreneurs for the can't-miss investment summit of the year.
Josh Constine
May 1, 2019
TechCrunch
Causes grew to a jaw-dropping 200 million users as one of the first 10 Facebook platform apps. Started by Facebook co-founder Sean Parker, it was meant to turn a generation into activists and philanthropists. Causes acquired Votizen to augment shallow clicktivism with a way to remind friends to vote. But after Facebook went mobile and [...]
Josh Constine
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TechCrunch
Facebook co-founder Sean Parker bankrolled Brigade to get out the vote and stimulate civic debate, but after five years and little progress the startup is splitting up, multiple sources confirm to TechCrunch. We've learned that Pinterest has acqhired roughly 20 members of the Brigade engineer...
December 14, 2018
AP NEWS
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) -- A tech billionaire whose elaborate wedding in a redwood grove violated California rules has helped create a smartphone app that shows users a map of more than 1,500 spots where people can get to the coastline. The California Coastal Commission unveiled the YourCoast app at its meeting Thursday in Newport Beach. "This is an only in California story," Commission Chair Dayna Bochco said in a statement. "Where else could you find a tech mogul partnering with a regulator to help the public get to the beach?"
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