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April 6th, 2005

Q&A with Sean Neylon: Swiss boss with a Texas posse

Abstract:
If you think unifying Europeans is tough, just try throwing some Texan mavericks into the mix. That's just one of Sean Neylon's challenges as chief of Switzerland-based microsystems producer Colibrys SA, which recently acquired Texas-based Applied MEMS from Input/Output. Neylon, who admires his new Lone Star State colleagues' ability to "put it straight out there," offered his views on international relations and the industry's prospects.

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