Dell Computers: Michael Dell (2018)
Connor Heckert for NPR
Before it became fashionable to start a tech company in your dorm room, Michael Dell did exactly that.
In 1983, he began selling upgrade kits for PC's out of his dorm at UT Austin. A few months later he dropped out of school to focus full time on the PC business. At age of 27, he became the youngest CEO to head a Fortune 500 company.
Today, Dell has sold roughly 700 million computers.
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