Zappos Entrepreneur Tony Hsieh Dies At Age 46, Remembered As ‘Beautifully Weird’ Visionary
0 Tony Hsieh, the co-founder of shoe retailer Zappos, died Friday at the age of 46, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. In 2004, Hsieh moved Zappos’ headquarters from the San Francisco Bay Area to the outskirts of Las Vegas. Hsieh “played a pivotal role in helping transform Downtown Las Vegas,” Nevada Gov. Zappos was also an example of how tech companies care.”Startup investor Chris Sacca wrote that “Tony Hsieh might be the most original thinker I’ve ever been friends with. Tony Hsieh touched so many lives and inspired so many entrepreneurs.