NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Tripos Discovery Informatics has tapped Jim Hopkins to be CEO of the newly private company, which was purchased last week by Vector Capital for $26.2 million.
 
Hopkins most recently was CEO of the software company Micrografx, now owned by Corel. He is experienced in IPOs, secondary offerings, and in strategic sales and acquisitions, the company said. 
 

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