Biz Stone

The co-founder of Twitter and Ask Jelly explains what it takes to identify—and sustain—a business that reaches millions of users
STAYING POSITIVE “Everyone else thought Twitter was stupid,” Biz Stone says. “Our brains just didn’t hear the criticisms, so we kept working on it.”

How do you know when it’s the right time to start a company or make a major career move?

I’ve always followed a person and never followed money or an institution. When I left Google, it was because Evan

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