SPOTLIGHT: Creative chaos at Ruckus

Selia Lo, Ruckus CEO, had already made her millions at Nortel and was officially "retired" when, in late 2002, she thought she wanted another challenge and signed on with Ruckus as an investor and CEO (you may recall that when she joined the company, it was incubated as "Video 54'' at Sequoia Capital). Ruckus cofounder Bill Kish likens Lo's leadership and drive to "particles bouncing in random directions. It fosters creativity. But sometimes it's a bit chaotic." Interview

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