Google co-founder Sergey Brin has reportedly asked his advisers to sell his personal investments in Elon Musk’s companies, the Wall Street Journal understands. People familiar with the matter quoted by the WSJ indicate that Brin has therefore asked his financial advisers in recent months to sell his personal investments in Elon Musk’s companies. The latter would have had a brief affair with Brin’s wife last December. The WSJ could not determine the extent of these investments, or whether Brin had actually made any sales.
Musk denied the reports and said he and Brin remain friends. “Sergey and I are friends and were at a party together last night! I’ve just seen Nicole (Shanahan) twice in three years, both times with lots of other people around us. Nothing romantic,” he said. assured the billionaire on Twitter.