Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh bankrolled his followers — in return, they enabled his risky lifestyle
The deadly side of payrolling your confidantes. In the lead up to his death, Tony Hsieh was searching for his next big project. He was also running a commune of colleagues and friends that were competing for lucrative projects and enabled his increasingly dangerous lifestyle. Could they have stopped his death? Through interviews and official documents, Kirsten Grind and Katherine Sayre explore the mysterious final movements of the Zappos CEO.
From The Wall Street Journal