Summary List PlacementSally Daub founded a Toronto semiconductor company whose technology helped enable something any Netflix subscriber takes for granted today: streaming video smoothly on wireless internet. But it was an uphill battle for her, she said, as one of the few female CEOs in her industry, far, far away from Silicon Valley. Though she eventually raised funding from NEA and took her company public on the Toronto Stock Exchange, her company was undercapitalized for years, competing against the likes of Broadcom and Intel.
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