Can Lan Lord Novell Extend Its Territory?Sandra D. Atchison
A millionaire hundreds of times over, Raymond J. Noorda, 67, could afford an endless vacation. Instead, the chairman and chief executive of computer networking leader Novell Inc. pays himself $35,000 a year and works out of an effice just big enough for a desk, a chair, and a collection of knickknacks. He sometimes arrives at work at 6 a.m. And when he travels, he often uses coupons to get the $99 senior citizen rate.
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