Interview with Andy Grove, former CEO of Intel
Former Intel CEO Andy Grove wants to see more manufacturing jobs in the United States—by any means necessary. In a Technology Review interview, Grove explains how and why U.S. manufacturing needs to make a comeback.
Grove says the decline of U.S. competitiveness in high-tech manufacturing is particularly worrisome:
The incredible magnitude of job loss in the U.S. computer industry. In the 1970s, the U.S. computer industry had 150,000 workers. This became two million at its peak but now is back to 150,000. Meanwhile, computers went from a $20 billion to a $200 billion industry.
To have that happen and for us to continue to repeat the mantra that innovation and technology will save us, in the face of evidence to the contrary—that was why I wrote about this.
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