2019 saw some very big names in the world of investing and finance end up with quite red faces as they got seduced to investing in weak business models with even weaker managements. Here are the two prime examples that have dominated the business news in 2019! Uber – Numerous financial giants invested in this […]
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What's Holding You Back?
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Seduced By Success
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The Fiefdom Syndrome
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Here is a link to an interview I did last week on ”Mornings with Maria” on the Fox Business network. It covers a variety of topics such as antitrust in the tech industry, artificial intelligence, IPO’s in the future, and the learnings from Uber and WeWork. You can watch the interview by clicking here.
IBM, the once-storied technology company, has become a laggard when the world is seeing rapid technological advancements. Since 2010, the stock price has increase +4%, while the S&P 500 has increased +188%. Even more embarrassing, the other industry veterans Apple, Microsoft, Intel and Oracle grew +792%, +414%, +177%, and +128% respectively.