Occupation Chairman and Founder Vulcan Inc. American business magnate, investor and philanthropist. He co-founded Microsoft alongside Bill Gates. Allen is the founder and Chairman of 1 bitcoin into usdot Inc.
In 1975, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Paul Allen and his friend Bill Gates began marketing a BASIC programming language interpreter. Vulcan Capital is an investment arm of Allen’s Seattle-based Vulcan Inc. In 2013, Allen opened a new Vulcan Capital office in Palo Alto, California to focus on making new investments in emerging technology and internet companies. Patents: Paul Allen holds 43 patents from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In 1997, Home Shopping Network acquired 47. 209 million worth of their own stock.
Charter Communications: In 1998, Allen bought a controlling interest in Charter Communications. On December 13, 2011, Allen announced the creation of Stratolaunch Systems, based at the Mojave Air and Space Port. Marion Blakey, Mike Melvill, Sir Richard Branson, Burt Rutan, Brian Binnie and Paul G. Allen reflect on a mission accomplished in 2004. Ansari X PRIZE by members of the X PRIZE Foundation in 2004. Allen’s Vulcan Real Estate division offers development and portfolio management services, and is known for the redevelopment of the South Lake Union neighborhood immediately north of downtown Seattle.
150 million in Portland’s Moda Center, which he now owns outright. Seattle Cinerama: Allen purchased Seattle’s historic Cinerama Theater in 1998, and upgraded it with 3-D capability and digital sound, in addition to interior and exterior refurbishing. The theater installed the world’s first commercial digital laser projector in 2014. Hospital Club: Allen opened the Hospital Club in London in 2002 as a professional and social hub for people working in the creative arts. Allen purchased the Seattle Seahawks NFL team in 1996 when former owner Ken Behring threatened to move the Seahawks to Southern California. Paul Allen and his sister Jody Allen are the owners and executive producers of Vulcan Productions, a television and film production company headquartered in Seattle within the entertainment division of Vulcan Inc. In 2013, Vulcan Productions co-produced the Richard E.
Robbins-directed film Girl Rising which tells the stories of girls from different parts of the world who seek an education. Also in 2013, Vulcan Productions signed on as a producing partner of Pandora’s Promise, a documentary about nuclear power, directed by Oscar-nominated director Robert Stone. It was released in select theaters nationwide June 12, 2013 and on CNN on November 7, 2013. 2 billion towards the advancement of science, technology, education, wildlife conservation, the arts and community services in his lifetime. Allen Family Foundation was established to administer a portion of Allen’s philanthropic contributions. Allen Institute for Brain Science’s CEO Allan Jones.