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Guidant's Start-Up Mentality

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Over the past four years, Guidant has been one of the most impressive performers among a group of high-flying big-cap device giants. But even as it wrestles with the usual problems of managing large businesses, in its penchant for self-invention and relentless pursuit of new technology, Guidant behaves more like the collection of start-ups its once was.

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