This could be useful. Bookmark? Sure.
Amazing food, delivered. Getting the steak tonight.
Being the CEO of a highly public company (whether it is traded privately or publicly) is particularly hard. You are constantly getting criticized and talked about in the press/blogs/communities. I respect the people who take these jobs. And I root for them to succeed. It’s about the hardest job you can have.
Seriously-hard. I’ve talked about being a CEO myself and I’m not quite ready to jump back into that saddle. I’m not sure I’ll want to do that anytime soon either.
The idea that Indonesia doesn’t have a clear and distinct mobile winner is brilliant for Path:
But, the result of BlackBerry’s years of dominance is that there is no single messaging app that dominates Indonesia. That’s unlike other parts of Asia — China (WeChat), India, Singapore and Malaysia (WhatsApp), Japan, Thailand and Taiwan (Line), Philippines (Viber) — where the leadership has been established.
This sounds like a great deal and the idea of having Path become a market leader is clever and sexy, especially because I’ve always liked Path infinitely more than the other options out there.