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Noah Kagan – Maverick or Eccentric Genius?

Noah Kagan – Eccentric Genius or Maverick?

He cuts a mer­cu­r­ial shape across the tech land­scape, but the famous­ly for­mer Face­book #30 Noah Kagan has final­ly put the record straight and moved on. Kagan’s noto­ri­ous ejec­tion from Face­book Tow­ers in 2006 has passed into tech folk­lore as a les­son in how not to help the world’s most promis­ing start­up devel­op, but a recent post on the App­Sumo CEO’s blog okdork.com has giv­en us a glimpse into his world and how he real­ly felt about leav­ing Face­book and miss­ing out on a life-chang­ing sum of mon­ey when the com­pa­ny float­ed ear­li­er this year. In His Own Words Kagan’s bru­tal­ly hon­est post shows a philo­soph­i­cal side to the guy that was labelled a ‘lia­bil­i­ty’ and clear­ly demon­strates how he has matured since the Face­book show­down. He now agrees that at the time, the right deci­sion was made for the com­pa­ny. He said: “After run­ning App­Sumo for over two years I’ve final­ly under­stood that Face­book made the right deci­sion to let me go… “I was a show-er at Face­book. I dealt with chaos of a 30 per­son com­pa­ny extreme­ly well.  Most deci­sions were me walk­ing over to Mark’s desk for approval, but at 150 peo­ple it was a group meet­ing…

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