It’s funny how relationships can come full circle in the business world. The seeds of Dragon Innovation’s sale to Avnet, announced Tuesday, were planted over a decade ago in China, says Dragon co-founder and CEO Scott Miller. At the time, he was running iRobot’s operations there alongside his future Dragon co-founder Herman Pang, he says. […]
NYS Entity Status
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JUNE 28, 2013
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FOREIGN PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
2013 - CONCANNON, MILLER & CO., P.C.
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