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Friday, 30 March 2007, 12:18 PM EST

For DuPont, Gary Min may have seemed a model employee. A research chemist at DuPont's research laboratory in Circleville, Ohio, Min was a naturalized U.S. citizen with a doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania who had worked for DuPont for 10 years, even earning a business degree from Ohio State University with help from his employer.

During that time, he had moved up the ranks within the company, taking on various responsibilities on research and development projects within its Electronic Technologies business unit.

At CIO Today.

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