Paul G. Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft and the man who transformed Seattle in the US a cultural destination, died at age 65 on Monday the 15th of October 2018.
According to Allen’s family, the cause of his death was by complications related to lymphoma.
Allen was a big force at Microsoft for it’s first seven years, and he’s also the one who came up witn the name of the company.
When the cancer appeared in the early 1980s, he left Microsoft to invest his wealth in making Seattle a cultural center.
Allen met Bill Gates when they were still in high school, and from there they started computing and creating a whole new system.