A legendary personal computer company that brought computers to the masses. Commodore 64 is a testament to that.
Sadly this story is rarely told these days as Commodore folded in mid-1990s.
Excellent insight into the operations of Commodore under it's somewhat controversial management style of founder the late Jack Tramiel and what drove him.
Chuck Peddle was instrumental in persuading Jack to enter the microcomputer business, followed closely by Apple, Atari and Tandy.
My only complaint is the author's unprofessional tenancy to allow Peddle made extraordinary and often inaccurate claims against Apple Computer. For instance, his disk drives had higher capacities while true, but they're more prone to failure and reliability problems hence delaying the release of Commodore-brand 5.25" disk drives whereas Apple's whilst being the first 5.25" disk drive to the market had neither issues.