Cover Story -- The Best Managers: Top Managers of 1996
ANDREW S. GROVE
Intel CEO ANDREW S. GROVE just won't slow down. He led the world's largest chipmaker to another super year, shrugging off such rivals as Motorola and Cyrix. Revenues for 1996 should climb 24%, topping $20 billion. Grove, 60, also fought off prostate cancer, penned a best-seller, and helped defeat California's Proposition 211, which would have made it easier for investors to file securities-litigation suits.