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Donald J. Valentine: Early Bay Area Venture Capitalists: Shaping the Economic and Commerce, Industry, and Labor Landscape

Interviewee(s):
Valentine, Donald J.
Interviewer(s):
Hughes, Sally Smith
Title:
Donald J. Valentine: Early Bay Area Venture Capitalists: Shaping the Economic and Commerce, Industry, and Labor Landscape
Abstract:
Gained operating and investment experience in sales and marketing at Fairchild Semiconductor and National Semiconductor companies. In 1972 he founded Sequoia Capital in Silicon Valley.
Subject area(s):
Commerce, Industry, and Labor
Interview date(s):
2009
Project:
Venture Capitalists
Oskicat record:
b20655611
Rights:
Valentine, Donald J. "Donald J. Valentine: Early Bay Area Venture Capitalists: Shaping the Economic and Commerce, Industry, and Labor Landscape." Interview by Sally Smith Hughes in 2009. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 2010.