Jack Dorsey has certainly had a multi-faceted career, from plotting bike messenger routes to inventing microblogging giant Twitter to his newest payment start-up, Square.
But what he really wants to do is…
Adobe Shantanu Narayen did a very funny video for the ninth D: All Things Digital conference about how he needed to become a flashier speaker.
Get it? For those who did not, Flash is the name of one of the software company’s highest profile offerings and the one most under siege by fast-changing trends.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has not had the best of times since he left a top job at Microsoft to take over the reins of the Finnish mobile giant.
What with layoffs, executive shakeups, an earnings scare and stock drops, along with a need to completely rehaul its offerings, he’s had a lot to wrangle with.
With the piles of entertainment content available on the Apple iPad, it makes sense that someone was going to try to make sense of it.
That would be Fanhattan, which is aiming to be an overall navigator for the popular tablet device, browsing across site such as Netflix, Hulu Plus and iTunes.
Léo Apotheker got to Hewlett-Packard less than a year ago, but what a year. From a board shake-up to executive shuffles to new strategic directions to layoffs and — oh, yes — a new tablet offering, called TouchPad and based on webOS, he’s been a busy man.
Here’s his take, in an onstage interview with Walt Mossberg at the ninth D: All Things Digital conference.