Shared November 14, 2019
After a career in finance, tech entrepreneur and current CEO of e-commerce at Walmart, Marc Lore, risked his entire networth to found Quidsi, a company that brought us the likes of Diapers.com and Soap.com, and was later sold to Amazon for a cool half a billion dollars. Marc then joined Walmart in 2016, after the retail giant purchased his next company, Jet.Com, for $3.3 billion. Beyond the monumental sales, Marc’s story is all about understanding when to risk it all, and how to lead people with empathy and integrity to create and sell great products and ideas. He came on Wide Open the podcast to talk about his storied career, taking risks, dealing with failure, and when to go all-in on your big idea.
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