Olivia Carville

Bloomberg

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Tech reporter for Bloomberg.

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In Silicon Valley, some of the richest people are getting serious about planning for the apocalypse. Their location of choice: New Zealand.

Silicon Valley elites invest in New Zealand as their Doomsday escape plan

In Silicon Valley, some of the richest people are getting serious about planning for the apocalypse. Their location of choice: New Zealand.

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