Paul Allen Recalls Early Microsoft, Gates’s Odd Table Manners
In the mid-1970s, Microsoft was little more than a couple of precocious uber-programmers. Only a few years later, it both defined and dominated the personal-computer market, changing the way the world worked while generating vast fortunes for its two founders.
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