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Nets Operating on Yormark Time

From the time he gets up at 3:35 a.m. til the time he gets back home at 10:50 p.m., Nets CEO Brett Yormark is a moving, selling, pushing, driving machine. In a photo spread as part of its "Secrets of Greatness: How I Work" issue, Fortune Magazine shows what it's like to run the Nets on Yormark time. By day's end, the tally was 3 cups of coffee--one Dunkin' Donuts, two Starbucks--113 emails received, 81 sent, 57 phone calls, 335 minutes in meetings and one big deal closed.