CNBC: Founder who sold his startup to Google says the company has lost its mission, is mismanaged and has no sense of urgency

CNBC: Founder who sold his startup to Google says the company has lost its mission, is mismanaged and has no sense of urgency. “Praveen Seshadri joined the Alphabet-owned company at the start of 2020 when Google Cloud acquired AppSheet, which Seshadri co-founded. He said in the blog post Monday that though he was welcomed and treated well, he left Google with an understanding that the ‘once-great company has slowly ceased to function.’ He left in January, according to his LinkedIn profile.”

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