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The 100-Year-Old Start-Up

The 100-Year-Old Start-Up

With the pace of change quickening, the challenge for tech companies is not to just try to build companies that last but to build companies that retain a start-up mentality and constantly reinvent themselves, says Evernote CEO Phil Libin, a scheduled speaker at LeWeb. There are about 3,000 companies in the world that have been

What Is Your Legacy?

Two years after tying its fate to Microsoft’s Windows Phone software, Nokia, which once dominated the global mobile market, sold its handset division to the U.S. software giant. It was a spectacular fall, one that should serve as a cautionary tale for any big tech company. Nokia, a 149-year-old firm with a market value that

Russia’s Serial Entrepreneurs Launch A New Crop of Hot Companies

U.S. skeptics said it couldn’t be done but Natalya Kaspersky built a company inside Russia that today has annual revenues of $500 million and is ranked as one of the top five anti-virus companies worldwide. Now she is on to her next venture, InfoWatch, which is targeting another area of data security. Kaspersky is just