The big score: the billion-dollar story of Silicon Valley
An investigative, behind-the-scenes report on the semiconductor/computer industry traces the history of Silicon Valley and the electronics industry, and the entrepreneurs, innovations, industrial espionage, drug scene, and other realities of Silicon Valle
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Shockley and the Pirates
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