After his conviction, many of Eyal’s victims, as well as those who knew him (or thought they knew him), asked: why did he do it? It’s the one question that keeps coming up. Was he just like any other tech entrepreneur, who is driven by dreams of making it big, and who ends up talking up their company a little too much? Or was there more to it?
I began to wonder if what really drove Eyal was competition with Avi – to get the attention and respect that he always felt had eluded him. He had lived in the shadow of his wildly successful brother for many years. Had Eyal decided that if he couldn’t make a success of himself as an honest person, he would resort to anything to win?
Another question to ponder is why so many investors had fallen for Eyal? ..
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