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Arnold C. Greenberg

President

ColeCo , Inc

HQ Phone:  (919) 563-3554

Email: a***@***.com

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ColeCo , Inc

115 South 5Th Street

Mebane, North Carolina,27302

United States

Company Description

ColeCo, Inc. provides financial solutions for businesses and individuals....more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Coleco Industries inc


Affiliations

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

Honorary Trustee


The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts

Trustee


Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford , Inc.

Trustee


Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies

Founder


Greater Hartford Arts Council

Board Member


University

Board of Regents Chairman


Greenberg Center

Founder


National Foundation for Jewish Culture

Board Member


Connecticut Leather Company

Founder


Distinguished Service

Honorary Doctor


Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford

Board Member


Education

AB degree with honors

Harvard University


JD degree

Harvard Law School


Web References(59 Total References)


C64 | The Dot Eaters

thedoteaters.com [cached]

Arnold Greenberg, Pres. & CEO of Coleco, 1978


pongmuseum.com - Newsblog

pongmuseum.com [cached]

...I had previously met Arnold Greenberg, Coleco's president, at the Marvin Glass studios..
At my urging, Arnold met me at GI's Hicksville, Long Island, NY plant where the AY3-8500 single-chip, multi-game device was demonstrated to us by Ed Sacks. Arnold Greenberg was impressed by what he saw at GI and thus was born "Telstar", Coleco's wildly successful video game. However, this is not the end of my invovement in the Coleco story: One late Tuesday afternoon in 1976, I received a call in my lab at Sanders from Arnold Greenberg.


Good Deal Games - Classic Videogame Games ARTICLE - The Coleco Story by Ralph Baer

gooddealgames.com [cached]

Among many others, I met Arnold Greenberg there, Coleco's president.
That's how I got into the Coleco loop. * A Telstar is born - but there's trouble in RFI land * Now, fast-forward a couple of years: In March of '75 I got the word early about the development of a video game chip being developed by two engineers at General Instruments' labs in Scotland - an "unofficial" skunk works project there. Meanwhile, I had previously met Arnold Greenberg, Coleco's president, at the Marvin Glass studios.. At my urging, Arnold met me at GI's Hicksville, Long Island, NY plant where the AY3-8500 single-chip, multi-game device was demonstrated to us by Ed Sacks. Arnold Greenberg was impressed by what he saw at GI and thus was born "Telstar", Coleco's wildly successful video game. However, this is not the end of my invovement in the Coleco story: One late Tuesday afternoon in 1976, I received a call in my lab at Sanders from Arnold Greenberg. Fortunately for Coleco, Arnold Greenberg remembered me; and even more fortuitously, there was an RFI test lab at Sanders which I had set up years before in my Equipment Design Division. In the following year Arnold Greenberg called my down to Hartford to discuss helping Coleco with the design of their new line of video games. Arnold Greenberg and several others watched my "Dr.Seuss" demo...they got the picture immediately.


ColecoVision: A Beginner's Guide | RetroGaming with Racketboy

www.racketboy.com [cached]

Engineer Eric Bromley, who had previously worked in R&D for such companies as Midway, began working on a design for Coleco CEO Arnold Greenberg as early as 1979, but was unable to proceed due to the high cost of RAM.


Pong-Story : Coleco Telstar systems

pong-story.com [cached]

I had previously met Arnold Greenberg, Coleco's president at Marvin Glass & Associates in Chicago.
We had lunch together in MGA's small dining room with its Chagall windows reproductions looking down on us. Marvin Glass & Associates were the pre-eminent toy & game designers in the US at that time, whose outside electronics capability I had become. Arnold was there to look at new products. I called him and some time later Arnold met me at GI's Hicksville, LI, NY plant where the AY-3-8500 single-chip, multi-game device was demonstrated to us by Ed Saks.


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