Drive Fast, Drive Hard

Brown, Erika
January 2006
Forbes Asia;1/9/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p26
The article focuses on Seagate Technology and its CEO William Watkins. The Scotts Valley, California-based company sparked the personal computer revolution 25 years ago with the first 5.25-inch hard drive for the personal computer. Seagate would not be able to make all its investments had it not undergone a radical transformation under the leadership of Watkins. Career background of Watkins is provided.


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