|Born||1940 (age 77–78)|
|Residence||Rolling Hills, California|
|Alma mater||B.S. Technische Hochschule Darmstadt|
|Known for||co-founder of Kingston Technology|
|Net worth||5.4 billion USD (March 2017)|
John Tu (Chinese: 杜紀川; pinyin: Dù Jìchuān; Wade–Giles: Tu Chi-ch'uan; born 1940) is a Chinese-born Taiwanese American entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the co-founder of Kingston Technology.
In 1982, he co-founded Camintonn with David Sun. in 1986, they sold it for $6 million and founded Kingston Technology. In 1996, they sold 80 percent of the company to Softbank for $1.5 billion, before buying it back in 1999 for $450 million.
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- "John and Mary Tu Foundation: Los Angeles Grants".
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