South Korea’s Samsung has enjoyed incredible growth in multiple industries over the past few decades, and if it gets its way, it’ll stand to grow further alongside fellow tech giants like Google and Apple. But as recently announced layoffs at Microsoft have proven, the field’s climate is always changing; even big players that once seemed like immovable fixtures in our technological landscape can be pushed aside by newer companies with fresher ideas.
Succumbing to the hubris of seeing your own company as a “sure thing” is a great way to lose relevancy. If some companies aren’t careful, we could see a very different skyline emerge in this landscape over the next decade.
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