A brief history of mutiny

04/10/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Mutinies aren't always bad, writes Patrick J. Murphy. During the Age of Discovery, Christopher Columbus managed to harness the energies of a mutinous crew to help him discover the New World. In more recent times, a mutiny at Shockley Semiconductor led to the founding of Intel and AMD, helping give rise to Silicon Valley.

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