“Elon Musk”, by Walter Isaacson, Part II. Tesla and Twitter: X.AI

In this second part of my review about this book I'll describe mainly the process of acquisition and dismantling of Twitter as we knew it, or now, X. We don't know yet what will turn into, if it's going to be, "an everything app", or a company that will help Musk in his objective of competing in the artificial intelligence race.

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Strategic thinking for the 21st century: from Michael Porter to Peter Thiel

In literature regarding strategic thinking the use of military definitions and analysis, which equiparate strategy with rivalry and competition, is generalized. (Hax, 2010; Kim y Mauborgne, 2005; Thiel, 2014). In this post I review some definitions of strategy used in academy, some of which are traditional and other, are rather new and controversial. Besides, I reflect on the role of the Internet, network technologies, and in the purpose of getting a unique position in business.

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