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BusinessWeek’s John A. Byrne and Steve Hamm discuss whether Silicon Valley still has its mojo, or will risk aversion and myopia kill the golden goose?

Category: Markets, Technology, Venture Capital, Video, Web/Tech

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One Response to “Is Silicon Valley Losing Its Magic?”

  1. Mr. Reality says:

    Silicon Valley loses its mojo every 10 years or so. The problem is with diminishing returns. Web 2.0 seems to me like a refinement of web 1.0 (duh!). Also, all along hwy 101 in SV there are the scattered remains of companies that had great ideas but were too far out on the bleeding edge.