The first book to be written about Intel, producers of the Pentium processor and one of the most powerful chip companies in the world. Jackson exposes a story of personal rivalry, aggressive marketing and spectacular failure and success. The company risked $1 billion and their entire trade reputation on concealing an error in the Pentium chip.
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