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  1. Arthur Rock (born August 19, 1926) is an American businessman and investor. Based in Silicon Valley, California, he was an early investor in major firms including Intel, Apple, Scientific Data Systems and Teledyne. [1] Early life [ edit] Rock was born and raised in Rochester, New York, in a Jewish family.

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  3. Arthur Rock - Wikipedia

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    Arthur Rock (born August 19, 1926) is an American businessman and investor. Based in Silicon Valley, California, he was an early investor in major firms including Intel, Apple, Scientific Data Systems and Teledyne. [1] Early life [ edit] Rock was born and raised in Rochester, New York, in a Jewish family.

  4. Who is Arthur Rock, the school board recall’s biggest backer?

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    The 95-year-old billionaire Arthur Rock is the single biggest individual donor to the San Francisco School Board recall; he has given more than $500,000 to the effort. But it is hardly the first school board election into which Rock has poured some of his fortune.

  5. Profile - Entrepreneurship - Harvard Business School

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    TitleFounder & Owner. Company Arthur Rock & Company. Amid the iconoclastic and frenetic glamour of Silicon Valley, Arthur Rock’s low-key eastern pragmatism might have seemed strangely out of place. But Rock, a Rochester, NY native who graduated from Syracuse with a degree in political science and finance and later earned an MBA at HBS, is as responsible for that region’s entrepreneurial triumph as anybody.

  6. Arthur Rock | Baker Library | Bloomberg Center | Harvard Business...

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    Arthur Rock, HBS 1951, was one of America’s first venture capitalists. He played a key role in launching Fairchild Semiconductor, Teledyne, Intel, Apple, and many other high-tech companies. He was a visionary who saw very early on the future of the computer industry and, in many ways, was a driving force in the emergence of Silicon Valley as a center of innovation and entrepreneurship.

  7. Arthur Rock: Silicon Valley's Unmoved Mover | The Generalist

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    Arthur Rock recognized that serendipity played a role in his success: You've got to be lucky. Everybody's going to be lucky at some time or another. The thing I'd say is that I was lucky enough to be lucky early. He was referring, of course, to his connection to the Traitorous Eight and his subsequent involvement in founding Fairchild Semiconductor.

  8. Arthur Rock | Encyclopedia.com

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    Arthur Rock. Arthur Rock (born 1926) was the first venture capitalist. He invested in Fairchild Semiconductor, Intel, Apple Computer, and numerous other high-technology companies. His investments helped create many successful Silicon Valley companies. Arthur Rock was born in Rochester, New York, on August 19, 1926, the son of Hyman and Reva (Cohen) Rock. He earned a bachelors degree in business administration from Syracuse University in 1948 and a masters degree from Harvard in 1951.

  9. Arthur Rock | Apple Wiki | Fandom

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    Arthur Rock (born August 19, 1926) is an American businessman and investor. Based in Silicon Valley, California, he was an early investor in major technology firms such as Intel, Apple Computer, Scientific Data Systems and Teledyne. [1] Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Awards 4 Personal life 5 Media portrayals 6 References 7 External links

  10. Arthur Rock - Biography - IMDb

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    Served in the United States Army during World War II. In 1961, he moved to California. Along with Thomas J. Davis, Jr where they formed the San Francisco venture capital firm Davis & Rock. Credited with setting up the first Silicon Valley venture capital firm in the 1960s. In 1951 he received a MBA from Harvard Business School.

  11. Arthur Rock | YourDictionary

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    Arthur Rock (born 1926) was the first venture capitalist. He invested in Fairchild Semiconductor, Intel, Apple Computer, and numerous other high-technology companies. His investments helped create many successful Silicon Valley companies. Arthur Rock was born in Rochester, New York, on August 19, 1926, the son of Hyman and Reva (Cohen) Rock.

  12. Who got slighted in the Steve Jobs movie | Macworld

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    The real Rock is a visionary in his own right: In addition to his role as an early Apple backer, he was one of the first venture capitalists to invest in what would become Silicon Valley, and he...