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Robert Noyce: The Founder of Intel and Fairchild Semiconductor

Robert Noyce: The Founder of Intel and Fairchild Semiconductor
By Founders Podcast • Issue #12 • View online
Hi there! 
Robert Noyce was one of the most successful entrepreneurs ever. He invented the integrated circuit, founded two multibillion dollar companies (Fairchild Semiconductor and Intel), won the National Science Medal and was a champion skier. Noyce was known as “The Mayor of Silicon Valley” and mentored a young Steve Jobs. He lived a remarkable life. 
To learn more about the life and career of Robert Noyce listen to my latest podcast on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, or on the Web
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