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Trying to Quit His Day Job

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Even after he signed on as president and COO of Hyseq, Ted Love found himself shuttling between jobs, spending mornings as senior vice president of development at Advanced Medicine and afternoons at Hyseq. What drove him to those lengths? “Obviously, George is a legend,” he says, referring to the Hyseq CEO who hired him. “The chance to work side by side with George Rathmann is a hard thing to walk away from.”

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