Doerr, John



Doerr, John

John Doerr joined Intel in 1974 just as they invented the famous "8080" 8 bit microprocessor. At Intel he held various engineering, marketing and management assignments, and was one of their top-ranked sales executives. In 1980 he joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and sponsored a series of investments including Compaq, Cypress, Intuit, Macromedia, Netscape, Lotus, Millennium Pharamceuticals, S3, Sun Microsystems,, and Symantec. John was the founding CEO of Silicon Compilers and co-founder of @Home Network. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Intuit,,,,, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Handspring, Freemarkets and Sun Microsystems. The privately-held company boards include Google, Good Technology, Elance and MyCFO. He holds patents for computer memory devices he invented as a design engineer at Monsanto. Recent interests include education, the Internet and biotechnology genomics.

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