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Power and influence are familiar territory for Christopher Egan. He is the son of high-tech pioneer Richard Egan, who co-founded data-storage equipment maker EMC Corp. in 1979. Egan grew up partly at EMC, the now-$22-billion company that began as a reseller of office furniture.
He recalls heading from high school to wrestling practice to his dad’s business, where he cleaned the office and assembled and delivered furniture. Chris and his brother, Michael Egan, formed the real estate investment firm Carruth Capital LLC in 1991.
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