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Ronald Hofer, the CEO of Grail Semiconductors, a three-person company that Hofer runs from his home in Naples, recently won a $124-million lawsuit, alleging patent infringement against multinational conglomerate Mitsubishi Electric.

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Greg Kahn/Staff Ronald Hofer, the CEO of Grail Semiconductors, a three-person company that Hofer runs from his home in Naples, recently won a $124-million lawsuit, alleging patent infringement against multinational conglomerate Mitsubishi Electric.

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Ronald Hofer, the CEO of Grail Semiconductors, a three-person company that Hofer runs from his home in Naples, recently won a $124-million lawsuit, alleging patent infringement against multinational conglomerate Mitsubishi Electric.
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Ronald Hofer, the CEO of Grail Semiconductors, a three-person company that Hofer runs from his home in Naples, sits in his office with his dog Mancha on May 17, 2012. Hofer's company recently won a $124-million lawsuit, alleging patent infringement against multinational conglomerate Mitsubishi Electric.
  • Greg Kahn/Staff
Ronald Hofer, the CEO of Grail Semiconductors, a three-person company that Hofer runs from his home in Naples, recently won a $124-million lawsuit, alleging patent infringement against multinational conglomerate Mitsubishi Electric.
  • Greg Kahn/Staff
Ronald Hofer, the CEO of Grail Semiconductors, a three-person company that Hofer runs from his home in Naples, sits in his office with his dog Mancha on May 17, 2012. Hofer's company recently won a $124-million lawsuit, alleging patent infringement against multinational conglomerate Mitsubishi Electric.

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