INTEL'S PLAN FOR STAYING ON TOP The company developed the chips that act as the brains of most personal computers. Powerful workstations now challenge PCs, but Intel aims to own that market too

Gottlieb, Carrie; Davenport, Carol
March 1989
Fortune;3/27/1989, Vol. 119 Issue 7, p98
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