Dick Costolo needs to step back and admit he's in over his head as CEO of Twitter. The time has come to sell to Facebook.
If the original concept has room to grow, why is Starbucks expanding in ways dissociated from its core brand?
Pandora and other filthy rich executives and investors are doing very little to change the dystopian relationship between Internet radio and the music industry.
As media and telecommunications companies jockey for position and attempt to build empires, expect a bidding war to emerge for MSG.
If Pandora doesn't sell out, it gets boxed out. It's tough to win with a static strategy against the big boys in technology and media.
There's no company with a stronger existing core -- and ready to extend its dominance -- than Apple. iPhone 6 leads the way. And nothing else matters.
Just because the media loves Twitter doesn't mean it's ubiquitous enough to achieve Facebook-like success.
At Yahoo!, Mayer has opened the door to a potentially lucrative space. But there's more work to be done.
If it's merely more gimmicks, bells and whistles designed to pump up Amazon Prime, Jeff Bezos's forthcoming smartphone will fail.
For Pandora to survive, it needs to swallow its pride and let go of its albeit wildly successful past.