Google’s Sergey Brin puts his money where his meat is, funding the world’s first test-tube hamburger in a bid to change the way the world eats. Tesla’s Elon Musk pushes space tourism as a down payment on ensuring our intergalactic salvation. And Amazon’s Jeff Bezos buys the Washington Post because, well, he hasn’t said.
Driven by bravado, benevolence, boredom or perhaps equal measures of each, deep-pocketed and increasingly young CEOs in Silicon Valley and beyond are taking their money, power and fame and using it to plant flags in all kinds of surprising places.
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