Intel Plots A Comeback

Corcoran, Elizabeth
June 2007
Forbes Asia;6/4/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p62
This article focuses on the challenge to Intel Corp. chief executive officer (CEO) Paul S. Otellini to defeat competition from rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in the microprocessor market. It says that Otellini succeeded Craig Barrett as CEO of Intel. To deal with the challenge from AMD, Otellini has embarked on a sweeping corporate reorganization at Intel. Otellini is reorienting Intel's focus away from desktop computers to mobile computing devices.


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