Atari, Inc. business plans, 1974-1975
- Physical description
- .25 linear foot (1 manuscript box)
At the library
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- Corporate Author
- Atari, Inc.
- The two business plans, [1974 and 1975], include details on products and technology, marketing, management, finances, media coverage, and actual games brochures.
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- Open for research; please submit requests for material at least 36 hours in advance of use.
- Gift of Allan E. Alcorn, 2008. 2008-244.
- Atari, Inc. was incorporated in California in 1972 to engage in the design, manufacture and sale of electronic entertainment systems. It was a pioneer in arcade games, home video game consoles, and home computers. The donor, Allan Alcorn, was Vice-President, Research, for the company. He designed and developed Pong video game, as well as Space Race, Gotcha, and Pong Doubles among other computer video amusement games.
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