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Andrew S. Grove

Intel

1987 - 1998

Computers & Electronics

1980 b. 1936
male
EducationTwoDegree
UndergraduateCity College of New York
GraduatePhD, University of California (Berkley)
Personal
Born-Died1936
BirthplaceHungary
RaceWhite
FatherOwner, Small Business
Era - 1980

While CEO of Intel, Grove delivered a ten-year annual return of 44%. Under Grove, Intel became more valuable than IBM with a worth of $115 billion and annual profits of $5.1 billion. Grove’s Intel controlled 90% of the world market for PC microprocessors. In acknowledgement of his achievements in business and technology, TIME Magazine chose Grove as its 1997 Man of the Year.