How Adobe became Silicon Valley’s quiet reinventor
From an also-ran to the world’s fourth-most-valuable software firm. Since 2007, Adobe’s market capitalisation has swelled from $24bn to $276bn, outperforming Microsoft and other rival business software makers. The Economist reveals how CEO Shantanu Narayen embraced change to reimagine and innovatively restructure the near forty-year-old company.
From The Economist