When Robert Swan left General Electric in 1999 after 14 years to join Internet retail start-up Webvan Group, he cited emerging technology as a

common thread between the two companies. Despite the rapid fall of the Internet grocery company–where Swan rose from vice president of finance

to CFO to, briefly, CEO–he still sees technology as the calling card to his future.

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