From co-founder to ousted CEO of 500px: Trials, errors, and lessons learned

Started in the early 2000s as a community on the LiveJournal blogging platform, 500px has become one of the most popular places in the internet to store professional and amateur photos, with more than 50 million images in its archives. Its history, however, has been a bumpy ride, which ended for its co-founder Oleg Gutsol last year, with him being ousted from the CEO role and the company itself. Shortly after the news hit the media, Gutsol left Canada where he’s lived since 2000 after moving from Ukraine, and he spent a few months in the Dominican Republic. “For some…

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