Silicon Valley and the technology revolution that continues to explode can be traced to the relationship among three particular scientists and engineers. The rare and complementary characteristics and talents of these three individuals ultimately led to the inventions of the century: silicon circuits and the microprocessor. This unique Churchill Club program presents veteran Silicon Valley author and journalist Michael S. Malone, whose newest book, published July 15, 2014, is The Intel Trinity: How Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, and Andy Grove Built the World’s Most Important Company. Malone, in an engaging conversation with Laura Sydell of NPR, will share unique insights about the innovation, leadership, and personalities of these three leaders and how their stories can continue to instruct and inspire us.
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Sponsored by Intel
Michael Malone, Author, journalist
Laura Sydell, educator, NPR Correspondent