Daniel Petre AO believes wealthy Australians should be giving away more of their money. Charlotte Grimshaw finds out why and how. Daniel Petre AO believes wealthy Australians should be giving away more of their money. Charlotte Grimshaw finds out why and how. Daniel Petre went from corporate king to philanthropic crusader in a short space of time and backs up his tough words with generous support to a range of not-for-profits. At age 29 he was managing director of Microsoft Australia before travelling to the software giant’s US headquarters in Redmond (Washington) where, in his mid-30’s, he became one of only two non-Americans to be appointed a vice-president. Upon returning…
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