LSD, cargo shorts and the fall of a high-flying tech CEO
The lurking controversy behind one start-up's success story. Justin Zhu’s $2 billion startup Iterable was doing great, but an unorthodox style and tension with investors cost him his job. His firing has evolved into a tale of twists and turns that echoes many of Silicon Valley cultural tropes. But, as Sarah McBride reveals, the bizarre saga is also surrounded by "tense race politics that affect the tech industry and American society at large."
From Bloomberg Businessweek