Meet Alexander Lidow, CEO Of International Rectifier

Alexander Lidow is the CEO of International Rectifier, the world's oldest semiconductor company, which was founded in 1947 by Alexander's grandfather, Leon, and his father, Eric, who emigrated from Nazi Germany in 1937. It now has 5,800 employees and operates in 20 countries. He has a doctorate in applied physics from Stanford University and holds nine patents related to semiconductor technology.

John Soat, Contributor

February 16, 2007

2 Min Read

Photograph by David Strick
Alexander Lidow
CEO of International Rectifier
Interview by John Soat

Mike Olson, Oracle VP

About the Author(s)

Never Miss a Beat: Get a snapshot of the issues affecting the IT industry straight to your inbox.

You May Also Like

More Insights