- Sergey Brin reportedly advised his advisers to dump all of his monetary investments in Elon Musk’s corporations.
- Brin made the decision after studying that Musk reportedly had an affair with Brin’s spouse, Nicole Shanahan.
- Brin, a co-founder of Google, had beforehand invested $500,000 in Tesla.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin reportedly advised his monetary advisers to dump all of his investments in Elon Musk’s corporations after studying that Musk reportedly had an affair with Brin’s spouse, Nicole Shanahan.
Brin and Shanahan divorced in January after he realized of the affair final 12 months, the Wall Road Journal first reported on Sunday, citing unnamed sources “acquainted with the matter.”
The nameless sources stated the longtime friendship between Brin and Musk was strained main as much as Brin’s choice to promote his investments in Musk’s companies. The Journal reported that it has not ascertained how “giant these investments are, or whether or not there have been any gross sales.”
Musk runs Tesla, SpaceX, Neuralink, and The Boring Firm, and he’s at present in litigation with Twitter after making a $44 billion bid for the corporate after which trying to again out.
Brin – a board member of Alphabet Inc., Google’s father or mother firm – beforehand invested $500,000 in Tesla in 2008.
In 2015, Google and Constancy invested $1 billion in SpaceX, in accordance with The New York Instances.