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Tony Hsieh, key figure in downtown Las Vegas revitalization, dies at age 46 – Las Vegas Review-Journal

Tony Hsieh, the former chief executive of Zappos who pumped a fortune into downtown Las Vegas and became the face of its revitalization, died Friday after being…

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Tony Hsieh, the former chief executive of Zappos who pumped a fortune into downtown Las Vegas and became the face of its revitalization, died Friday after being injured in a house fire.
He was 46.
Megan Fazio, spokeswoman for Hsieh’s side venture DTP Companies, confirmed in an email Friday night that Hsieh had died.
Puoy Premsrirut, a lawyer for Hsieh’s family, confirmed to the Review-Journal that he died “due to complications from injuries sustained in a house fire.”
She did not provide any additional…

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