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Re: An Unseen Peril of Outsourcing
Posted by David Gumpert on 2004-03-24 20:37:55
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Late in the summer of 1998, a mutual contact hooked up Javad "Jay" Hassan, an Indian-born American who had worked for IBM and other outfits, with Alvin Hoffman, the largest shareholder of AM Communications, a small, publicly held company based that developed and owned software used by cable-TV operators to monitor their systems. Things were so grim that Hoffman feared a distress sale or bankruptcy if he couldn't find a savior. That's when Hassan entered the picture.

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Re: An Unseen Peril of Outsourcing  David Gumpert  2004-03-24 20:37:55
Re: An Unseen Peril of Outsourcing  papy006  2004-03-24 22:13:29
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