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BOOK REVIEW: “Only the Paranoid Survive: How to Exploit the Crisis Points that Challenge Every Company and Career” by Andrew S. Grove (1996)

Only the Paranoid Survive by Andrew S. GroveThe legend has it that Intel employees saw the impression “Only the Paranoid Survive” as they walked into the building every morning. Andrew Grove Intel’s first employee is certainly happy to own the expression. Despite the fact that Intel has come to dominate the semiconductor market particularly in the PC industry. Despite the fact they had 80% market share on stage and despite the fact that the company was so successful that it was even investigated by antitrust and abuse of monopoly power by the US government. Groove was right clear on the fact that competitors were out there to bring Intel down. This book is a fascinating read on one of the most successful technology companies in the past few decades.

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Semiconductor, Grove, Intel, Moore, Strategy, Pentium

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