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Leader of the Pack

Leader of the Pack

By Etienne Fiset , Stéphanie Labrecque November 6, 2019

Already rich in details thanks to Doerr’s professional background (he worked at Intel from 1975 to 1980), the story is further informed by Bill Davidow, then-vice president of Intel’s microcomputer systems division. Davidow had a first-row seat during the crisis: Former Intel CEO Andy Grove chose him to lead the operation that would get Intel out of its slump and pave the way for Intel’s explosive growth, as it went on to secure deals with multiple large clients—including IBM.
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