Reid recently penned a piece about Carl Icahn’s ambitions to split PayPal off from eBay, and the broader difference between the short-termism of Wall Street vs. the long-termism of Silicon Valley. The piece generated a lot of attention and it advances some some important ideas. Give it a read. My favorite line: “Innovation comes from long-term thinking and iterative execution.”
Get Infrequent Email Updates
- “The world is not comprehensible, but it is embraceable.” — Martin Buber. From Andrew Sullivan's beautiful 2009 med… https://t.co/75KXcebH4k, Oct 12
- RT @hunterwalk: @bfeld is concurrently (a) one of the people @satyap & i turn to with our hardest "judgment" questions about decisi… https://t.co/IjK71OqsSE, Oct 12
- You know a venture/PE firm has been successful when it's raising a fund with a vintage number of many roman numeral… https://t.co/aJeoQcgjRt, Oct 11
Subscribe to BlogGet posts sent to you by email when they're published.