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June 1993
PC Week;6/28/93, Vol. 10 Issue 25, pA/5
Trade Publication
Features Keith Lobo, Quickturn Systems Inc.'s president and chief executive officer; Silicon Valley companies; Nicknamed The Wolfman; Market changes; Design automation; Merge with rival PiE Design Systems. Quickturn's revenues.


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