The First Friday Foundation is inviting the public to donate clothing Friday at its Clothes for Comfort event, which will feature an artist painting a mural.
More than two months after a house fire killed tech entrepreneur Tony Hsieh, a Connecticut fire department has released a report on its investigation.
Tony Hsieh is once again looking over downtown Las Vegas, this time in the form of a memorial at Zappos headquarters, the online retailer he once oversaw.
Two days before responding to the fire that killed tech entrepreneur Tony Hsieh, firefighters were called to the same home twice within half an hour.
Authorities do not expect to finalize the investigation into the house fire that killed Tony Hsieh until after the holiday season, an official said.
The city of Las Vegas, Zappos and DTP are teaming up to honor Tony Hsieh’s memory.
Police records show friends and family of Tony Hsieh were concerned about his welfare months before he died, in addition to disturbance calls at his Park City home.
Bill Clinton and several Vegas entertainers led Tony Hsieh’s tribute.
Since his death on Nov. 27, downtowners and Las Vegas artists and community members have honored the former Zappos CEO and founder of DTP with public memorials.
Tony Hsieh was making waves in Park City, Utah, throwing parties at his new mansion protected by armed security guards. Then came the flamethrower.
Although Las Vegas tech entrepreneur Tony Hsieh was known throughout the states, no one in New London, Connecticut, really knew he was visiting this waterfront community
In a published report, Jewel wrote to Tony Hsieh about her concern over his behavior, friends.