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Former CEO Rahul Yadav plans to launch his own venture

And he’s back. Rahul Yadav, the former CEO of, who was
sacked from his position recently, has now announced his plans to start afresh
by launching his own venture, reports Business Today.

In a Facebook post on
Wednesday Yadav said,

“If the path is smooth, dig your own
holes. If no challenges, create them on your own. Just for the sake of
practice. Just to push yourself to the extreme. Just to become stronger. Just
to make things interesting. Just to make things fun. I’ll be back…this time
with 100x…. [10x of last formula (10x)]

30 days to go.

Is the world ready?”

The post indicates that Yadav is planning to launch his venture within a
month’s time.

Over the past several months, Yadav has been constantly making headlines
with his erratic and unpredictable behaviour.

On July 1,’s board sacked Yadav for his behaviour with the
investors and media. “The board believes his behaviour is not befitting of
a CEO and is detrimental to the company, known for its innovative approach to
product development, market expansion and brand building,” the company had

Yadav has also managed to earn
quite a reputation for himself for being involved in quite a few public spats
with industry colleagues, the media and even the investors and board of
directors of his own company. These inlcude the much famous spats with Zomato
CEO Deepinder Goyal and Ola cabs CEO Bhavish Aggarwal which caused much buzz on
the Internet.

After Yadav’s public firing, Goyal even tweeted that it felt like
reality entertainment show Bigg Boss season had just ended. Most recently, Yadav
had even taken a shot at Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka by posting a picture of him
sleeping at an airport lounge.

Now, the important question is, whether we will see a mature and focused
Yadav back in his game or will the ‘verbal-wars’ continue? Looks like we will
just have to wait and see which way the cat jumps. 

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