|In 1997 LDS Church member, David R. Huber left
Ciena Corporation, which he had co-founded, and formed Corvis Corp.
taking $300 million worth of Ciena stock with him. With a personal
history of war between Ciena and Corvis, Huber, famous for being
tight-lipped about the technology behind the company's all-optical
networks, raised more than $1.1 billion on July 28, when as an IPO
Corvis made many of its 900 employees wealthy, at least on paper.|