This certainly is a good election cycle for strange stories, and one of the strangest involves high-flying Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel.
Author: Tina Casey
Silicon Valley A-lister Peter Thiel nailed a highly coveted speaker’s role at the RNC, just two slots away from the star of the show, Donald Trump.
The winning bid for a gigantic new offshore wind farm in the Netherlands came in at 2.3 billion euros less than expected. And the oil company Royal Dutch Shell can take at least partial credit.
A growing number of political observers are lobbing the fascist label at Donald Trump, and fellow billionaire Peter Thiel could get caught in the splatter.
Considering his relationship with the data-analytics company Palantir, PayPal’s Peter Thiel is in a good position to advise Donald Trump on national security.
Facebook board member Peter Thiel suffers another blow to his image, as a new report details his association with white nationalist groups.
Critics call out Peter Thiel for alleged corporate ethics violations, and call for his ouster from Facebook in the aftermath of the Gawker lawsuit.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is wasting no time going after ALEC, the Koch brothers, Cliven Bundy, and Ammon Bundy all at once.
Tech giant Intel has staked out a leadership position on climate change, but last week the company also reaffirmed its commitment to two climate-denying groups.
Last year major U.S. corporations snapped up 3 gigawatts in clean-energy buys, and this year they’re roaring back in force with a 60 GW pledge.