Shai Agassi has a bold business plan to build an electric car charging network. It's an intriguing concept, but nobody knows whether it can make money.
The venture is backed by a large Israeli holding company that has pledged $100 million.
Shai Agassi steps down in a surprise announcement. He had been seen as a possible successor to CEO Henning Kagermann.
This blog initially misidentified the prime minister of Israel. He is Ehud Olmert. It also misidentified the person whose speech can be found on the Project Better Place Web site--it is by Shai Agassi--and as such an earlier version of this post also inco
Shai Agassi has a plan to create a network of service recharge stations for electric cars--and $200 million to make it happen.
High-ranking exec Shai Agassi looks to Henry Ford's heyday as he faces present-day software challenges.
Shai Agassi, the only non-German within SAP's inner circle, could be heir apparent to Hasso Plattner. In the meantime, he's got to figure out new technology directions for the world's No. 1 business apps maker.