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The Problem with Every Company Being a ‘Tech’ Company

Great companies know their own identities inside and out. They focus on their core competencies and don’t pretend to be something they’re not.

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Credit: Krzysztof Nowak

It seems like every day, a new “tech” company is invented. Or re-invented. I can hardly tell the difference anymore. The amount of spin…

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Paul Zhao

Father, husband, former entrepreneur, corporate PM. I’m constantly looking for diversions to keep the neurons firing, if only a little.

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