September 2, 1936
|Died||March 21, 2016 (aged 79)|
|Cause of death||Complications from Parkinson's disease|
|Education||City College of New York, B.S. chemical engineering, 1960|
University of California, Berkeley Ph.D., 1963
|Occupation||Former COO, Chairman and CEO, currently senior advisor|
|Known for||CEO of Intel Corporation. First COO and third employee, 1968|
|College textbook, Physics and Technology of Semiconductor Devices (1967) |
Management book, Only the Paranoid Survive, (1999)
|Spouse(s)||Eva Kastan (1958-present; 2 children)|
|Awards||J J Ebers Award (1974)|
Time Man of the Year, 1997
CEO of the Year, CEO magazine, 1997
Andrew Stephen "Andy" Grove (András István Gróf, 2 September 1936 – 21 March 2016), was a Hungarian-born American businessman, engineer, and author. He was a science pioneer in the semiconductor industry.
He escaped from Communist-controlled Hungary at the age of 20 and moved to the United States where he finished his education. He later became CEO of Intel Corporation and helped transform the company into the world's largest manufacturer of semiconductors.
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Media related to Andrew Grove at Wikimedia Commons
- Biography from Intel.com
- Biography at IEEE
- Book homepages - Swimming Across, High Output Management, Only the Paranoid Survive,
- The Life and Times of an American
- TIME: Man of the year
- Andy Grove's Ambitious Conversions Goals at Plug-In 2008.
- Andrew Grove: High Output Management.