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The RealNetworks Mafia: How this Seattle company developed hundreds of future executives

SEATTLE — Jai Jaisimha was too nice for RealNetworks. It was 1997, and the people interviewing him for a job at the fast-growing audio and video software company told him as much. The recruiter advised him to — metaphorically — “eat a pound of raw beef” before he went back into the next round of interviews. It worked. Jaisimha got the job. Like several hundred other people in the Puget Sound region, the experience at RealNetworks would change his life.
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