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BusinessWeek: Nobody could accuse Saiyed

August 28, 2000 7:58 AM

BusinessWeek: Nobody could accuse Saiyed Atiq Raza of lacking self-confidence. He had the gumption to emigrate from Pakistan at the age of 30 because he saw more opportunity in the U.S. He walked away from the No. 2 job at Intel rival Advanced Micro Devices in 1999 to become a private investor. And now, at 51, he has kicked off an audacious bid to redefine the way startup companies are launched, a kind of superincubator that aims to dramatically speed the time from product concept to delivery in the red-hot communications-equipment sector.

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