Startup Instability: Thrilling But Risky

Marek, Sue
June 2001
Wireless Week;06/04/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 23, p48
Trade Publication
Discusses the traits of those who left their companies to work for startup wireless carriers. High-risk mentality of Robert Fellner, retired IBM executive working for Pennsylvania-based Numoda Corp.; Factors that appealed to Sarah Van Dyck, a former Proctor & Gamble brand manager to work as vice president of marketing for mobile Internet startup etrieve Inc.; What prompted Mike Ozburn to leave his position at Nextel Online to become president of Bridgewater Systems.


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