Moltzen, Edward F.
November 2004
CRN;11/15/2004, Issue 1121, p52
Presents information on several executives in the computer software industry in the U.S. T. H. King and Rey Roque of the U.S. peripherals division of Samsung; Paul Tufano of Maxtor; Stewart Krentzman of Oki Data.


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