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March 5th, 2007

Harris & Harris: Speculative Nanotech Play

TINY Positives:

1. Biggest thing about small companies is people. So I scanned through Harris & Harris Group's website as well as those of its holding companies, primarily focussed on management profile. For the most part, I found that management folks at Harris & Harris Group as well as most of its holding companies have decent, if not impressive backgrounds. The fact that alumni of MIT, GE, Applied Materials and Lumileds are leading these companies is quite confidence boosting.


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