In Vanity Fair erzählt der Microsoft-Mitgründer Paul Allen, wie das so in den Gründungsjahren der Firma war: Microsoft’s Odd Couple.
It’s 1975 and two college dropouts are racing to create software for a new line of “hobbyist” computers. The result? A company called “Micro-Soft”—now the fifth-most-valuable corporation on earth. In an adaptation from his memoir, the author tells the story of his partnership with high-school classmate Bill Gates, until its dramatic ending in 1983.