Startup Failures

Everpix: great product is not enough (www.theverge.com)
Posted by Ray Wu 12 months ago [ {num} Comment ]
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Kasabi: while the opportunities were still interesting they were too large and too slow-moving to be sustainable (gigaom.com)
Posted by Ray Wu about 1 year ago [ {num} Comment ]
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Sonar Postmortem (medium.com)
Posted by Ray Wu about 1 year ago [ {num} Comment ]
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Lean Startups fail for these 3 reasons, but they didn’t tell you in the book (or at some conference) (medium.com)
Posted by Terence Lee about 1 year ago [ {num} Comment ]
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Chalkboard calls it quits after going to Silicon Valley (sgentrepreneurs.com)
Posted by Bernard Leong about 1 year ago [ {num} Comment ]
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Formspring: build your product, not someone else's (blog.capwatkins.com)
Posted by Ray Wu over 1 year ago [ {num} Comment ]
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The Uphill Battle Of Social Event Sharing: A Post-Mortem for Plancast | TechCrunch (techcrunch.com)
Posted by Ray Wu over 1 year ago [ {num} Comment ]
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Shutting down BackupMyTweets | austinpreneur (www.austinpreneur.com)
Posted by Ray Wu almost 2 years ago [ {num} Comment ]
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Friendorse folds just six months after getting APN funding (www.startupsmart.com.au)
Posted by Ray Wu about 2 years ago [ {num} Comment ]
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Why my first startup in the valley "flopped" (emmanuelpozo.com)
Posted by Lean Singapore about 2 years ago [ {num} Comment ]
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