Paul G. Allen, Microsoft Co-Founder, Sports Owner and Philanthropist, Dies at Age 65

Tech pioneer left a major mark on Seattle and the world

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Leaving a sizable legacy in technology, innovation, sports and philanthropy, Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen died Monday at the age of 65 in Seattle due to complications related to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Allen was treated for the disease in 2009. Two weeks ago, Allen revealed that it had returned yet was optimistic about his treatment prospects.

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