Harry McCracken

Harry McCracken is an editor at large at TIME, where he writes about personal technology for the magazine and TIME.com. He’s been a gadget nerd since the late 1970s and is the founder of Technologizer and the former editor in chief at PC World magazine. He's talked tech on everything from the History Channel to Dateline NBC to NPR's Science Friday. Contact him at harry_mccracken@timemagazine.com.

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The Sad Fate of a Great Company

The New York Times‘ Loren Feldman has a great story on the lawsuit that Jim and Janet Baker, founders of voice-recognition pioneer Dragon Systems, are pursuing against Goldman Sachs, which advised them when they sold their company to Belgium-based Lernout & Hauspie:

And yet, even today what happened next to the Bakers seems remarkable.

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