Diane Greene


How is this for Silicon Valley irony: Ignored by venture capitalists (VCs) chasing dotcom dreams, a real technology firm builds great products and has s record-breaking initial public offering (IPO).

When Diane Greene was making the VC rounds to present VMware, the company she and four other engineers founded in 1998, she barely elicited any interest. It was the go-go years of the tech bubble and marketing plans fashionably hinging on the Internet and pitched by Ivy League and California MBAs

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