Y COMBINATOR CUTS TIES WITH PETER THIEL

Silicon Valley startup accelerator Y Combinator has cut ties with Peter Thiel, BuzzFeed reported.  The billionaire PayPal founder joined the accelerator as a part-time partner in 2015. Since then, he's become better-known outside the tech world for funding the lawsuit that took down Gawker and for his support of Donald Trump.  SEE ALSO: Silicon Valley is now very happy with the Republican tax reform bills Back in 2015, Y Combinator p...

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Peter Thiel: Peter Andreas Thiel is a German-born US entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and hedge fund manager. Thiel cofounded PayPal with Max Levchin, and later, Elon Musk, and served as its CEO. He also cofounded Palantir, of which he is presently chairman. He currently serves as president of Clarium Capital