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.”
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- Great chat: @adamdavidson and @EconTalker on the future of work, the Hollywood employment model, and The Alliance: http://t.co/0JDKFDXU2r, 10 hours ago
- There's a comms/PR cliche you hear from CEOs of companies already worth billions: "We're just getting started..." Most recently: Tim Cook., 14 hours ago
- RT @DovSeidman: Pause to note: "Yes I'm on a FB pause" @Benioff. And to ponder: "In each pause, I hear the call" Ralph Waldo Emerson https://t.co/6Lz1osino1, Oct 9
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