The Intel Trinity: How Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, and Andy Grove Built the World's Most Important Company

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Price
$34.99
Publisher
Harper Business
Publish Date
Pages
560
Dimensions
6.39 X 9.27 X 1.44 inches | 1.67 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062226761

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About the Author

Michael S. Malone is one of the world's best-known technology writers. He has covered Silicon Valley and high-tech for more than 30 years, beginning with the San Jose Mercury News as the nation's first daily high-tech reporter. Malone's articles and editorials regularly appear in the Wall Street Journal. He was editor of Forbes ASAP, the world's largest-circulation business-tech magazine, at the height of the dot-com boom. Malone is the author or co-author of nearly twenty award-winning books and television series, notably the best-selling The Virtual Corporation, Bill and Dave: How Hewlett and Packard Built the World's Greatest Company, and The Future Arrived Yesterday: The Rise of the Protean Corporation and What It Means For You. Malone holds an MBA from Santa Clara University, where he is currently an adjunct professor in professional writing. He is also an associate fellow of the SaΓ―d Business School at Oxford University, and is a Distinguished Friend of Oxford.

Reviews

"Few people capture the rhythms and values that fuel Silicon Valley as well as longtime journalist Michael S. Malone. In his latest book, he takes on the history of Intel, a company he started covering when most reporters were still using typewriters. He reveals his deep knowledge on every page."--Reid Hoffman, cofounder & chairman of LinkedIn and co-author of The Alliance
"Michael Malone, one of the most interesting chroniclers of Silicon Valley, has produced a fascinating history of Intel. It's a valuable study of innovation, great leadership, and colorful personalities. Anyone who wants to know how creativity leads to invention should read this wonderful book."--Walter Isaacson, author of Steve Jobs
"Mike Malone's book on Bob Noyce, Gordon Moore and Andy Grove - Silicon Valley's Mount Rushmore - belongs with Walter Isaacson's treatment of Steve Jobs, Neal Gabler's opus on Walt Disney, and Tom Wolfe's look at the first astronauts. Trinity is that big and that good."--Rich Karlgaard, Publisher and Columnist, Forbes Magazine, Author of The Soft Edge
"What's been missing is an authoritative work that blends all the key people and the technology with a thorough, up-to-date business history. "The Intel Trinity" fills that gap."--The Wall Street Journal
"What he has produced is popular history, the tale of an epoch-defining industrial romp and the three men who led it."--Washington Post
"This is business history at its best."--Wall Street Journal
"Through extensive and unprecedented access to Intel's archives, Malone describes how each of these vital members of Intel brought various skills and talents to the company to make it the giant it is today."--Entrepreneur's 25 Amazing Business Books from 2014
"The Intel Trinity is a fine introduction to the founding myths legends of Silicon Valley."--Salon
"Malone moves past the standard Intel mythology to uncover many aspects of the company's ascendance that have been glossed over or lost to history. Malone gives long-overdue credit to the unsung heroes and inventors for their contributions."--Booklist
"Richly detailed, swiftly moving work of modern business history, recounting a truly world-changing technology and the people who made it possible. Essential for aspiring entrepreneurs, to say nothing of those looking for a view of how the modern, speed-of-light world came to be."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
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