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When he left Stanford 40 years ago, Azim Premji was returning home to run his father’s modest cooking oil business. Now Wipro is a software giant that is helping redefine India—and the world economy.
Smitten with his first look at IBM’s blinking box almost 50 years ago, Donald Knuth has devoted his career to elevating the art of programming. Can the man who helped shape computer science finish what he started?
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