• Monday15th June 1970

    Computer Terminal Corporation

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    Datapoint Corporation, originally known as Computer Terminal Corporation (CTC), was a computer company based in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Founded in July 1968 by Phil Ray and Gus Roche, its first products were, as the company's initial name suggests, computer terminals intended to replace T... see all details



  • Thursday1st January 1970

    Ross Levinsohn

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    Ross Levinsohn (born c. 1964) is the CEO of Guggenheim Digital Media, overseeing such assets as The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, Adweek, The Clio Awards and Film Expo Group. Previously, he served as interim CEO of Yahoo! in 2012. Levinsohn grew up in Tenafly, New Jersey and graduated from Ten... see all details



  • Thursday1st January 1970

    Tim Morse

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    Timothy R. Morse was the interim CEO of the Internet services company, Yahoo!. He was named after Carol Bartz lost her position as CEO on September 6, 2011. In January 2012, Yahoo picked Scott Thompson as the new CEO. Morse was CFO prior to his appointment. Morse is a graduate of Boston College Carr... see all details



  • Thursday1st January 1970

    Nokia

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    The Nokia Corporation (Finnish: Nokia Oyj, Swedish: Nokia Abp; Finnish pronunciation: [ˈnokiÉ‘], English /ˈnÉ’kiÉ™/) (OMX: NOK1V, NYSE: NOK, FWB: NOA3) is a Finnish multinational communications and information technology corporation (originally a paper production plant) that is headquartered ... see all details



  • Thursday1st January 1970

    Kenbak Corporation

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    Kenbak-1 is considered by the Computer History Museum and the American Computer Museum to be the worlds first "personal computer". Only 40 machines were ever built and sold. It was designed and invented by John Blankenbaker of Kenbak Corporation in 1970, and was first sold in early 1971. The sy... see all details