He would fly to the Silicon Valley, spend time with "chip executives" and cultivate tiffany keys. "Charming and puckish, he made contacts in Silicon Valley's Indian expatriate community, using them to meet other executives," the Journal reports. "By the early 1990s, tech industry executives and tiffany money clips. Rajaratnam's co-workers say he made himself the hub of dozens of sources funneling him supposedly confidential corporate information. In exchange, Mr. Rajaratnam would often pass them tips he'd heard." Rajaratnam would narrate tales of his upbringing in Sri Lanka, of how his family had to dodge bullets during die country's civil war. But those "exotic tales" hid the true picture, the Journal notes, pointing out how "Mr. Rajaratnam grew up in cheap tiffany wealth. The son of a manager for sewing machine maker Singer Co., he attended college in England before going on to the University of Pennsylvania's prestigious Wharton School." Such relative omissions tiffany necklaces seem to bother him.
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