Oct 13, 2022
No company did more to make computers household items than Commodore. Many great names are associated with that success, Chuck Peddle, Jack Tramiel, Irving Gould, and many more, but maybe more important than any of them was the man that made sure the funds for such lofty goals were available, that man was Don Greenbaum, banker and later treasurer of Commodore.
We talk about those early days at Commodore, the rise to mass market greatness, the exit of Jack Tramiel, and the acquisition of the Amiga.
Recorded November 2021.
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Interview with Don from the Commodore Historical Society: https://youtu.be/fUqubaMKqPU