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Update: Scenix chairman in critical condition
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2/2/2000   Post a comment
Scenix Semiconductor Inc. chairman Steve Leung was in grave condition at Stanford Hospital on Wednesday (Feb. 2), a day after being flown home from China after he suffered a savage and mysterious beating in Beijing.
Scenix chairman near death after Beijing beating
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2/1/2000   Post a comment
Steve Leung, founder and chairman of Scenix Semiconductor Inc., was being flown to California Tuesday two weeks after being attacked and beaten in Beijing and left for dead. The chances that the comatose Leung, 52, will survive the vicious and mysterious attack are slim, a Scenix spokesman said.

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