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Bill and Dave: how Hewlett and Packard built the world's greatest company

By: Malone, Michael S.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Penguin Group 2007Description: 438 p.ISBN: 9780143102397.Subject(s): Hewlett, William R | Packard, David, 1912 - | Hewlett-Pakard Company - History | Computer industry - U.S. - History | Electronics engineers-United States - Biography | Businesspeople - U.S. - BiographyDDC classification: 338.761 Summary: This is the most authoritative version ever of the most famous start-up story in business history. In 1938, working out of a small garage in Palo Alto, California, two young Stanford graduates named Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard built their first product, an audio oscillator. It was the start not only of a legendary company but of an entire way of life in Silicon Valley and, ultimately, our modern digital age. This business adventure story will be perfect for entrepreneurs, young managers, and students, not to mention the tens of thousands of current and former HP employees
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This is the most authoritative version ever of the most famous start-up story in business history. In 1938, working out of a small garage in Palo Alto, California, two young Stanford graduates named Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard built their first product, an audio oscillator. It was the start not only of a legendary company but of an entire way of life in Silicon Valley and, ultimately, our modern digital age. This business adventure story will be perfect for entrepreneurs, young managers, and students, not to mention the tens of thousands of current and former HP employees

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