Can Facebook break the trend? It seems that any time a web-based company gets “too big to fail”, it is destined to fall apart some time soon. History shows that companies often fall under the pressure of their own weight as well as poor decisions at the top. Is Mark Zuckerberg different? Is Facebook different? Will it stick around forever (or at least for another decade)?
The world continues to experience unprecedented population growth. It’s a self-perpetuated problem; the more people there are, the more people they’ll make. Birth rates are not slowing and as more people have babies while life is extended through medical advances, it’s starting to get pretty crowded out there.
There are few who would argue that Seattle is as big in tech as San Francisco or New York, but many budget-conscious startups are going there because of the high-level of talent and the lower wages than their better-known counterparts.