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Globe Correspondent / June 28, 2007

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As a young electrical engineer, Bill Wright knew that he wanted to start a company "so that I could do things my way." In 1969, he developed a computer for medical researchers and had some customers. But that venture's future proved to be finite when general-purpose computers flooded the market. (Full article: 745 words)

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