Palmer Freeman Luckey was the kind of wunderkind Silicon Valley venerates. When he was just 21, he made an overnight fortune selling his start-up, a company called Oculus that made virtual-reality gear, to Facebook for $2 billion in 2014. But the success story took a sideways turn this year when Luckey was pressured to leave Facebook months after news spread that he had secretly donated to an organisation dedicated to spreading anti-Hillary Clinton internet memes. While Luckey slammed inaccuracies in the articles, the reports proved toxic in the tech industry, where hostility to ...
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Nick Wingfield Last Updated at June 5, 2017 22:52 IST