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Nov. 21, 2008

Jeremy S. Kashian

Trial by Fire

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Jeremy S. Kashian joined the Japanese-owned networking giant NEC Corporation of America when its predecessor's operations were in tumult. It was 2000, and NEC Corp., the Toyko-based parent company, had just announced it was liquidating Packard Bell NEC Inc., its Sacramento-based personal computer subsidiary. The offshoot had been launched via a merger in 1996 to manufacture and sell PCs, but it wasn't doing well. NEC separated the North American Packard Bell entity f... (continued)

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