Goes to the point that P2P is not a business model in itself, and then, of course, bad management will even make it worse: BitTorrent, the San Francisco-based company that has been trying to develop an online video service and company around the open source P2P delivery technology, has been in deep trouble for a while now, and the issues came to fore this week, as the CEO and President of the company have left. The company has also fired about half of its employees, 18 in number, and this after it laid off 20 percent of the staff in August.
Company co-founder and president Ashwin Navin is leaving to start an incubator (please no…) with a few other well-known tech execs like YouTube co-founder Steve Chen, as NTV reported yesterday. Then today, CEO Douglas Walker, who has only been in the job a year, also left; the company has appointed CTO Eric Klinker as the new CEO. Klinker also joined a year ago; founder Bram Cohen, who was previously the tech brain and inventor of the technology, has been serving as