Mr. Kimbal Musk (b. 20 Sept. 1972) is an entrepreneur who has helped found, advise and invest in several software and technology companies.
In 1995, he and his elder brother, Elon Musk, started their first company called Zip2. Zip2 was an early content management company for the internet and was the first to provide maps and door-to-door directions on the internet. Zip2 built online restaurant and city guides around the world in partnership with over 100 major media companies, including the New York Times. The company was sold in 1999 to Compaq for $307 million in cash, one of the largest transactions of its kind in the internet industry.
After selling Zip2, Musk helped to found, invest and advise several young software and technology companies. Among those companies, Musk was an early investor in his brotherâ€™s venture X.com, an online financial services and email payments company. X.com changed its legal name to... See More