Cash App founder Bob Lee killed in San Francisco
Bob Lee dead: Cash App founder dies after San Francisco stabbing.
The founder of multibillion-dollar tech company Cash App, Bob Lee, was fatally stabbed near downtown San Francisco on Tuesday, his family said.San Francisco police found a 43-year-old man with stab wounds and treated him before he later died in hospital.
His father, Rick Lee, confirmed his son – who was also the ex-chief technology officer at Square – had been killed.
Cash App creator and tech investor Bob Lee has died after a reported stabbing near downtown San Francisco.His death was confirmed Wednesday by MobileCoin, the cryptocurrency company where he served as chief product officer.
A man who was fatally stabbed near downtown San Francisco was tech executive Bob Lee, the founder of Cash App and former chief technology officer of Square, sources tell @nbcbayarea https://t.co/Njlj5Tv7TF— NBC News (@NBCNews) April 5, 2023
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San Francisco officials have been criticised for their response to a wave of violent crime in recent years.The California’s San Francisco Police Department said officers responded to reports of a stabbing on Tuesday at around 02:35.
They found Mr Lee unconscious on the ground with two stab wounds to his chest, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, and started to administer aid before rushing him to San Francisco General Hospital.