some of the stagnation. But what got me thinking about Intel is the current profile in The Atlantic about its former CEO Paul Otellini . Now we all know how the company passed on making chips for the iPhone and missed the mobile revolution, but what intrigued
By Ashraf Eassa : I remember when then COO Paul Otellini took the baton from former CEO Craig Barrett back on May 18, 2005. While Intel ( INTC ) at the time had been ushering the move
By PowerOptions : Intel ( INTC ) is putting a lot of stock behind its Haswell product, as Paul Otellini , President, CEO and Director, noted in the company's Q1 2013 earnings call held on April 16, 2013. Mr. Otellini indicated
Newsletters holding Intel ( INTC ) announced that it has ended its search to find a replacement for current President and CEO Paul Otellini . Stepping into the CEO role will be current COO Brian Krzanich, while Renee James will take the helm as president. Krzanich
(Reuters) - Intel Corp Chief Executive Paul Otellini said in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission that he supports SoftBank's bid for Sprint Nextel Corp, rather than Dish Network's counter offer.
April 29 (Reuters) - Intel Corp Chief Executive Paul Otellini said in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission that he supports SoftBank's bid for Sprint Nextel Corp, rather than Dish Network's counter offer.
compared with $13.2 billion in debt. Intel typically generates significant amounts of free cash flow. President and CEO Paul Otellini has been CEO since 2005, but has announced plans to retire in May. Otellini has been with Intel since 1974; before taking
revenue fall 6.9% from Q4′s levelto $2.6 billion, which was up 7.5% from the prior-year period. Intel CEO Paul Otellini remarked, Amidst market softness, Intel performed well in the first quarter and I’m excited about what lies ahead
By Russ Fischer: So, I'm snake bit. About an hour after my "Saying Goodbye To Paul Otellini " article went live, IDC comes out with its "count" of PC units being down 14% for the first quarter. That would be a decline
By Russ Fischer: Paul Otellini , CEO, is retiring from Intel ( INTC ) in May after a 40 year career at the company. After surviving and thriving 40 years in