Inventing the Electronic Century: The Epic Story of the Consumer Electronics and Computer Industries

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Appendices

List of Tables and Charts Included in the Text1
Chart 1.1.[Paths of Learning]: Electronics Industries and Product Sectors, 1970s and 1990s, page 10
Table 2.1.Shares of the U.S. Market for Color Television Sets, 1964, 1975, 1986, page 32
Table 3.1.Matsushita OEM Strategy: Group Alignments of VCR Formats, 1983–1984, page 58
Table 4.1.U.S. Revenues of Major Computer Manufacturers, 1963, page 86
Table 4.2.The Leading Computer Companies Worldwide by Product Sector, 1982–1985, page 118
Table 5.1.The Ten Largest U.S. Information Technology Companies by Product Sector, 1994, page 142
Chart 5.1.Number of Internet Hosts, 1969–2000, page 175
Table 7.1.Matsushita OEM Strategy: Group Alignments of VCR Formats, 1983–1984 (repeat of Table 3.1), page 218
Table 7.2.The Ten Largest Information Technology Companies Worldwide by Product Sector, 1996, page 223
Table 7.3.Leading Information Technology Companies Ranked by Information Technology Revenues, page 232

1 Tables and charts essential for understanding the text are placed in the text. Those in the Appen-
dix provide supporting and documenting data.

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Table of contents

  • Harvard Studies in Business History, 47 i
  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface to the Paperback Edition xi
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: Consumer Electronics 13
  • 3: Consumer Electronics 50
  • 4: Mainframes and Minicomputers 82
  • 5: The Micrdprdcessdr Revolution 132
  • 6: The National Competitors 177
  • 7: The Consumer Electronics and Computer Industries as the Electronic Century Begins 216
  • 8: The Significance of the Epic Stdry 238
  • Appendices 259
  • Notes 275
  • Index 307
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