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Panos Angelopoulos says his greatest mentor was his father.

In this week’s edition of The Business Reviewyou meet Angelopoulos, who grew up in Greece, moved to the United States to receive a college education and ended up staying.manufacturing, Greek immigrants, Watervliet Arsenal, MBA, mechanical engineering

Angelopoulos heads Cleveland Polymer Technologies, a company that makes the bases on which semiconductor tools sit. He told me how he measures success. It has more to do with being a good father than being a good chief executive.

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