Paul Allen, Microsoft Co-founder, Space Launch Financier, Dies At 65

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Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft and Vulcan Aerospace, died Oct. 15 from complications of cancer, his investment firm Vulcan, Inc. announced. The 65-year-old announced Oct. 1 that the non-Hodgkin lymphoma that he battled nine years ago had returned. Allen’s death comes as one of his most...
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