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Facebook’s Dangerous Secret

July 10, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

At the core of the dot-com collapse was the problem that folks running a lot of companies simply lacked the key skills necessary to run those firms. Both Google and Facebook are demonstrating behaviors suggesting they too lack critical skills, and unless that is fixed, their initial success will eventually be overshadowed by their catastrophic failures.

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