Andy Grove (1936-2016) was a Hungarian-born American businessman, engineer, a pioneer in the semiconductor industry, and an author. Considered one of the greatest thinkers in technology market management, Time magazine selected him as “Man of the Year” for 1997. Grove was the third employee of Intel and led the company during a great strategic change that resulted in a 4,500% increase in market capitalization. He wrote “High Output Management,” “Only the Paranoid Survive,” and “Swimming Across.”
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