VPA was created by corporate bankers in New York for their amusement. Also for their survival. After 30 years, it now is open to executives with similar interests. Participation is free. Participation is anonymous.
This is an ongoing list; names will be filled in due time.
Nix, Alexander—Cambridge Analytica
Norris, William—Control Data
O’Neal, Stan—Merrill Lynch
Olson, Kenneth—Digital Equipment
Ken Olsen “arguably” built the first personal computer, but refused to embrace it in the mid 80s, as the personal computer was taking off. Having participated in the birth of the computer itself, Olsen felt disdain for personal machines just meant for “video games.” This is how one of the greatest American entrepreneurs of all time was ousted from the country and the product he built, at the height of its success.