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David KushnerThe book is at its best when connecting Noyce's adventure with the industry and culture booming around him. The success went to his head, and he was soon chain-smoking and brashly cheating on his wife. Despite his "disdain for hierarchy," as Berlin calls it, Noyce floated readily to the top, far from the distant front lines of engineering that he once swore by. Though slow going at times, Berlin's thoughtful and thorough biography is at once a celebratory and a cautionary tale.
— The Washington Post