Michael S. Malone
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“The greatness of Intel is not that it is smarter than other companies (though it may well be) or that it is too clever and competent to make a false move (we’ve just seen a stunning example of the very opposite) but that it has consistently done better than any company, perhaps ever, at recovering from its mistakes.”
“Fairchild Parent rewarded Fairchild Child’s success the way all East Coast companies of the era did: it kept a sizable chunk of the profits to fund other company operations, and it promoted the people at the top of the division to a fancier position and a better salary for a job well done. Back in New Jersey, it didn’t cross anyone’s mind that this was exactly the wrong response to an egalitarian company that shared both risk and reward among all of its employees, whose executives had moved to California precisely to get away from the Old World of business, and which needed to plow most of its profits back into product development to stay ahead of the competition in a fast-moving take-no-prisoners industry.”
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|The History Book ...: * PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICS - MIND/BODY/BIOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGY||49||234||Jan 03, 2015 01:11PM|
|The History Book ...: #86 - ASSOCIATE JUSTICE TOM C. CLARK||13||221||Jun 09, 2020 02:52PM|
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