On Tuesday's Afternoon Shift, we're looking at people, places and things that have far surpassed what they ever thought they could (or what outside forces thought they'd do).
Groupon is a great example of a company that's far outstripped the traditional concept of start-up; TimeOut's Frank Sennett will explain how that company has grown. And author Noam Wasserman of The Founder's Dilemmas asks whether the founder of a successful company should stick with it, or back away...slowly.
And in people: Chris Walla of the band Death Cab for Cutie has first-hand experience of what the process of tiny to big really looked like.
We'll also have our usual look at technology on Tuesday, and the top 3@3 with Nina Metz and Ernest Wilkins.
Listen to the first hour of the show here:
Listen to the second hour of the show here: