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Remember Yahoo?…You Should!

The markets might have been smacked a little on Friday, but Amazon still closed at an all-time high over $1,400. There are so many giant technology companies crushing it right now that it is easy to forget how hard it is to stay relevant. The average lifespan of a company in the S&P has plummeted over the last fifty years. Yesterday, I read this great essay titled ‘What Happened to Yahoo’ from Paul Graham in 2010.
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