The late tech mogul’s estate did not say how many of his downtown parcels will be sold.
Documents filed in the legal fight over Tony Hsieh’s estate allege that after the Zappos CEO died, his brother paid himself “several million” dollars from the estate’s money.
A Las Vegas judge ruled that a downtown apartment building owned by the Zappos founder was fraudulently sold for $1.2 million following his death.
Andrew Hsieh claimed that as his brother’s behavior worsened, he began to plan “quiet trips” for Tony to leave Park City and “be away from the people who were exploiting him and enabling his continued decline.”
Court records filed this month by Tony Hsieh’s family and associates level more detailed accusations that both parties financially took advantage of the Zappos founder, even after Hsieh had died.
A counterclaim filed this month by former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s estate describes more of the tech entrepreneur’s “delusional” plans for Park City, Utah.
Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh is the subject of a new book by Wall Street Journal reporters that details his work, legacy and mental health struggles.
A Florida man claims Tony Hsieh’s estate owes him nearly $400,000 for helping to sell 11 buses the Las Vegas tech mogul bought before his death, according to court papers filed Friday.
Under the agreement, Hsieh’s longtime assistant Jennifer “Mimi” Pham has agreed to pay his family instead of pursing millions of dollars in creditor’s claims.
In a tentative settlement agreement, Tony Hsieh’s longtime assistant has agreed to pay his family instead of pursuing millions of dollars in creditor’s claims.
A community event celebrating what would have been former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s 48th birthday will take place at Container Park on Saturday. It will feature live performances, food and art.
A Utah company on Monday filed a $19 million creditor’s claim against Tony Hsieh’s estate regarding a film studio Hsieh rented in Park City just before his death.