Rumpled billionaire ruffles French CEOs' feathers

French billionaire Xavier Niel has emerged as a kind of corporate folk hero by figuring out ways to provide low-cost, high-speed Internet access to countless French homes. He's less popular in the business community, where he's seen as a threat to profit. "He is not one of them. He represents what scares them -- the big battlefield between the old and new economy," says business professor Cedric Manara.

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