Alex d'Arbeloff on Teradyne's Early Days

Summary : How Teradyne got started and what it was like to be a start-up in the sixties.
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Teradyne's Early Days

Alex d'Arbeloff, co-founder of Teradyne, describes how Teradyne got started and what it was like to be a start-up in the sixties. In his discussion of Nick DeWolf's business model, you'll find lots of the fundamental aspects to starting a business hasn’t changed. You'll also find out why, as well as how successful start-ups are about more than innovation.

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