A history of Hewlett-Packard chronicles the efforts of its Stanford graduate founders to build their first product in a small California garage through its rise to a legendary Silicon Valley company, in an account that credits the company's objectives, employee trust, and firm self-appraisals with enabling its successes.The prediction had been for, at most, 1, 000 HP-35s sold per month. ... By the time the scientific calculator finally merged into the PC in the early 1990s, the HP-35 and its descendants would sell more than 20 million units for Hewlett- Packard, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Bill & Dave|
|Author||:||Michael Shawn Malone|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2007|