When famed whiz kid Charles Bates "Tex" Thornton bought a small microwave tube company from Charles Litton in 1953, few people could have foreseen that it would evolve into a $5.5 billion global high-tech enterprise with leading positions in ship-building, information technology, and defense and commercial electronics.
The Legend of Litton Industries recounts the ingenuity, determination and corporate strategy of its leaders and dedicated personnel. Carefully researched and lavishly illustrated, this comprehensive history captures the essence of what it takes to succeed in the global, high-tech marketplace.
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Best selling author, Jeffrey L. Rodengen has a degree in psychology and post-graduate degrees in engineering. Jeff began his career as a writer, producer, and director in Hollywood. More recently, the writer of hundreds of technical and general-interest articles, Jeff has authored nearly 50 books on American industry and technology .
Jeff lives in Fort Lauderdale with his wife, Karine, award-winning photographer of the Classic Mahogany Boasts and Classic Race Boats calendars, and their twin children.
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