Hansen, Susan
October 2001
Inc.;2001 Inc. 500, Vol. 23 Issue 14, p50
Features several entrepreneurs in the United States who made it to the list of top private businesses of `Inc' magazine. Carol Latham of Thermagon Inc.; Al Wasserberger of Spirian Technologies Inc.; Robert Schmidt of Cleveland Medical Devices and Orbital Research; Jeff Weber of Technology Resource Center.


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