Bill Gates suggested his divorce from Melinda French Gates was "his fault" in an "emotional" Sun Valley conference Q&A, the New York Post reported.
"People are really worried that the credibility and standing of the foundation is in jeopardy," a former senior exec told the Financial Times.
Bill Gates makes his first in-person event appearance since news of his divorce. He'll reportedly make a speech about climate change.
If Melinda steps down, Bill would provide her with "personal resources" for her philanthropic work with the foundation, per The New York Times.
"I didn't even want to meet Warren," Gates recalled later, as he didn't see much value to society in Buffett's buying and selling of stocks.
While Gates had crafted an image as the nerdy tech honcho, insiders says he berated underlings and didn't care about diversity in succession planning.
Despite his squeaky clean image and nerdy persona, insiders say Bill Gates pursued extramarital relationships and got drunk at industry events.
Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates see the Gates Foundation as "their fourth child," the foundation's CEO, Mark Suzman, told The Wall Street Journal.
Coinbase cofounder Fred Ehrsam described decentralized finance as the "bleeding edge" of the blockchain world in an interview with Bloomberg TV.
The last person to be both Microsoft's CEO and chairperson was Bill Gates, until he stepped down as CEO in 2000. Nadella has been CEO since 2014.
America's 10 wealthiest billionaire families saw their median wealth grow by 25% in 2020, per a report from left-leaning Institute for Policy Studies.
American Billionaires are able to skip paying federal income taxes by reducing their income to zero, even as their net worth soars.
Bill Gates is the largest private owner of farmland in the US. According to new NBC research, he owns 269,000 acres across 18 states.
Since Bill and Melinda Gates announced their divorce last month, reports have detailed allegations of infidelity on Bill's part.
Divorce attorney Robert Stephan Cohen told Insider the spouses of very wealthy people sometimes settle for much less than they could get.
Judge Judy Sheindlin also told The Wall Street Journal that CBS "disrespected" her series, "Hot Bench," in favor of "The Drew Barrymore Show."
Attorney Robert Stephan Cohen has built a lucrative practice representing celebrities and billionaires. The comedian retained him for his bitter 2016 divorce.