Irving Gould

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Irving Gould (1919–2004) was a Canadian businessperson credited with both saving and sinking Commodore.

He gave the necessary funding to Jack Tramiel to keep Commodore running during several periods of financial problems. Gould and Mehdi Ali (then Commodore's Managing Director) have also been accused of causing the death of Commodore in 1993–94 by making a series of mistakes like trying to maximize profit by producing low cost equipment and mismarketing the Amiga.[1]


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