All military and most commercial aircraft use our designs that process power from jet engines.
At 13, I realized that I could fix anything electronic. It was amazing, I could just do it.
But today the quickest way to save your bottom line is to cut off research.
I had studied violin from age 7 to 14.
I loved music, and in my ninth year at MIT, I decided to buy a hi-fi set.
I really wanted to do research. That has never changed.
I started a business repairing radios. It grew to be one of the largest in Philadelphia.
I’m forming a charitable institution for education.
One hundred percent of our earnings are reinvested in the company, and a great deal of that goes to research.
Research in this country is going down.
The excitement level for me working on projects is really not a bit different from when I was 26.
We learned the value of research in World War II.
I would have been fired a hundred times at a company run by MBAs.
I never went into business to make money. I went into business so that I could do interesting things that hadn’t been done before.