Shares of Intel (INTC) are up 39 cents, or 1.7%, at $24.95., as CEO Brian Krzanich this morning kicks off his first-ever appearance before analysts since taking the helm from Paul Otellini back in May. Krzanich said the company plans to expand its business as a foundry, making chips for other chip designers. So far, [...]
Shares of Intel (INTC) are up 22 cents, or 0.9%,a t $24.78, as CEO Brian Krzanich this morning kicks off his first-ever appearance before analysts since taking the helm from Paul Otellini back in May. Krzanich said the company plans to expand its business as a foundry, making chips for other chip designers. So far, [...]
By Kofi Bofah: Within his 2012 letter to shareholders, Paul Otellini, Intel (INTC) President and CEO, highlighted the company's "mobile edge" beneath his introductory paragraph citing "cutting-edge products." Intel first entered theShow More Summary
It's been a busy month for Intel. Announcing the appointment of new CEO Brian Krzanich on May 2 was news in and of itself, but Intel was hardly done. Before handing the reins over to Krzanich, then-CEO Paul Otellini left a nice parting...Show More Summary
Just two weeks after the departure of Paul Otellini, Intel's new CEO is making some big changes to the company that will allow it to go toe-to-toe with mobile chip makers such as Qualcomm.
Passing on the iPhone was one of Paul Otellini’s biggest regrets. The former CEO of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) had the opportunity for Intel to power Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)‘s game-changing device, but the two companies couldn’t agree on price. Show More Summary
Passing on the iPhone was one of Paul Otellini's biggest regrets. The former CEO of Intel had the opportunity for Intel to power Apple's game-changing device, but the two companies couldn't agree on price. No one could have predicted...Show More Summary
This month marks a milestone for chip juggernaut Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC). The largest chipmaker in the world by revenue has transitioned to new CEO Brian Krzanich, following the planned retirement of Paul Otellini. One of the most important tasks that Krzanich is faced with will be positioning Intel within the mobile market, an area [...]
This month marks a milestone for chip juggernaut Intel. The largest chipmaker in the world by revenue has transitioned to new CEO Brian Krzanich, following the planned retirement of Paul Otellini. One of the most important tasks that...Show More Summary
Intel's new CEO, Brian Krzanich, replaced Paul Otellini at Intel's shareholders' meeting on May 16. Krzanich has been an Intel employee for 31 years now, but what do we really know about Intel's new boss? Actually, quite a lot. And if...Show More Summary
In a recent interview, outgoing Intel CEO Paul Otellini explained how he passed up on an opportunity to get Intel chips inside the original iPhone. According to Otellini, Apple and Intel couldn't come to terms regarding cost. Further,...Show More Summary
We know Intel shunned ARM processors and played virtually no role in the smartphone revolution. But we now learn Steve Jobs asked Intel to build the iPhone microprocessor. Paul Otellini, Intel’s departing CEO, admits he should have followed his gut – and made the smartphone world a very different place. CEO valedictions follow a [...]Show More Summary
Intel CEO Paul Otellini has stepped down from his post, but not before divulging some interesting revelations in the process. As it turns out, Otellini and Intel turned down the chance to work on the original iPhone, now with some element of regret. Show More Summary
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) CEO Paul Otellini has done a lot of good for the company over the years. With today being his last day on the job, we thought it would be a good idea to take a look at the past. And we have a great story about Otellini and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) that [...]
Intel's Paul Otellini has admitted, on his last day as Intel's CEO, that the original iPhone could've been powered by an Intel CPU -- but Intel decided against it.
In a culture where high profile employees at tech firms often jump ship for new, exciting, and different opportunities, Paul Otellini is something of an exception. Yesterday, Otellini officially stepped down from his role as Intel CEO,...Show More Summary
When Steve Jobs unveiled Apple's first Intel-powered Macs at a January 2006 event in San Francisco, Intel CEO Paul Otellini made a dramatic entrance, emerging onstage from a cloud of smoke wearing a "bunny suit," the protective outfit workers wear in Intel's semiconductor fabrication plants. Show More Summary
Interesting exit interview with Intel CEO Paul Otellini wherein he says (duh) he regrets not trying harder not to get his chips inside the iPhone (and subsequently iPod touch and iPads) But, oh, what could have been! Even Otellini betrayed a profound sense of disappointment over a decision he made about a then-unreleased product that became […]
As Paul Otellini relinquishes the reins of chipmaker Intel, the outgoing chief executive reveals in an in-depth profile that he ultimately passed on a contract to build the silicon which powered Apple's original iPhone, a regretful decision given the handset's wild success.
Outgoing Intel CEO Paul Otellini tell The Atlantic’s Alexis Madrigal that Intel passed on a chance to produce CPUs for the iPhone: “The thing you have to remember is that this was before the iPhone was introduced and no one knew what...Show More Summary