Mar 22, 2016 · Andrew S. Grove, the longtime chief executive and chairman of Intel Corporation who was one of the most acclaimed and influential personalities of the computer and Internet era, died on Monday at...
Andy Grove, pictured below, is one of the greatest CEOs ever. He co-founded Intel and grew it to over $20 Billion in revenue over a 30 year run as CEO. His approaches to leadership and management are legendary. He shared many of his ideas in a series of books, including the management guide, High Output Management .
Oct 29, 2006 · Almost fifty years ago, nineteen-year-old Andy Grove stepped off a boat in New York City, a poor immigrant from Hungary who barely escaped Nazi occupation. A decade later he co-founded Intel, the chipmaker that would help invent the PC industry. But Grove was more than a talented engineer.
Andrew Grove was born in Budapest (Hungary) in 1936 to a Jewish family. When he was eight, the Nazis occupied Hungary and deported nearly 500,000 Jews to concentration camps. To avoid being arrested, Grove and his mother took on false identities and were sheltered by friends.
Biography: Andrew Grove was a Hungarian-American businessman and engineer that served as the third Chief Executive Officer of Intel Corporation. During his tenure, Intel would become the largest semiconductor company in the world. Alongside his direct influence at Intel, Grove was indirectly influential in the global electronics manufacturing ...
Intel’s track record is due in no small part to the performance of its CEO and chief visionary, Andrew Grove. In his new book, Grove reflects on his experiences as the leader of Intel.
Aug 15, 2022 · Andrew Stephen Grove (born András István Gróf; September 2, 1936 — March 21, 2016) was a Hungarian-born American businessman, engineer, and author, known as former president, CEO, and chairman of the board of Intel Corporation .