Bill Miller replaces Michael Pak as CEO of Nanostellar

In people movements, Michael Pak has departed catalytic nanoparticle producer, Nanostellar, where he was CEO for a brief – yet critical – period. Bill Miller replaces him as interim CEO. Bill is a thought leader from Stanford and a veritable legend in Silicon Valley, but clearly wants to hand day-to...

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