A 1958 microchip prototype designed by Nobel Prize-winning engineer Jack Kilby that was valued as much as $2 million failed to sell at a Christie’s auction.
A 1958 microchip prototype that led to the device that now powers an array of electronics will be auctioned for as much as $2 million as interest in technology memorabilia rises.
Bottles of Romanee-Conti belonging to former Manchester United Manager Alex Ferguson and a record- setting painting by Liu Wei led Christie’s weekend sales in Hong Kong.
Former Manchester United Manager Alex Ferguson sold HK$29.5 million ($3.8 million) worth of wine at Christie’s in Hong Kong today, according to its website.
Bottles of Romanee-Conti belonging to former Manchester United Manager Alex Ferguson and a pair of Qing dynasty dishes will lead Christie’s spring sales in Hong Kong beginning May 24.
Alex Ferguson, the legendary British soccer manager famous for clutch wins and a volcanic temper, is bringing his coaching techniques to Harvard Business School.
"For my money, after the change, he never attained the level where you would say: that is an absolute top player."
- Alex Ferguson on Oct 22, 2013