Zoom has become essential for our new reality of work and school from home. Here’s how founder Eric Yuan created the platform that quickly rose above the competition.
Startup stories are usually told in one of two ways. The first: an entrepreneur is struck by sudden inspiration. There’s a montage of the founder scribbling ideas on a whiteboard and shaking hands with investors, and then boom—the founder stands triumphantly with confetti falling around them at Nasdaq. The second: a struggling entrepreneur eats Ramen noodles in their garage, works long and tedious hours, makes awful hires and questionable decisions, until ultimately, the company crashes and burns.
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