Today, one of the hottest parts of the global economy is in Silicon Valley. And it’s thanks to, in large part, a radio engineer who had a plan.
Fred Terman was key in building a technological hub in an area previously best known for its prunes. Thanks to his work developing Stanford Research Park, a new cycle of business innovation began and has continued to this day. Check out the video above for the whole story.
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