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US Made
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re: Is Intel next to get a woman CEO?
US Made   11/27/2012 10:46:49 PM
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Politically correct....I guess next step to IMBO.. I am holding this dawn stocks for 12 years....I have to retire at some point....

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re: Is Intel next to get a woman CEO?
resistion   11/28/2012 1:11:59 AM
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What's the next direction for Intel? Advanced process? Product diversity? Enterprise? Software/ services?

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re: Is Intel next to get a woman CEO?
chipmonk0   11/28/2012 3:50:24 PM
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Pushing women as CEOs for Tech Co.s - just one word of caution : Carly Fiorina !

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dvargasr   11/28/2012 4:24:38 PM
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I think the next CEO must be chosen based on who is more capable and who has better ideas to advance the company, not on the gender of the person. If a woman is the better qualified so be it.

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re: Is Intel next to get a woman CEO?
DataMuncher   11/28/2012 7:01:42 PM
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And if you pick a man, two words of caution: Hurd and Apotheker. It's not about gender ! It's about who's qualified and won't likely have ethical lapses.

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re: Is Intel next to get a woman CEO?
justathought   11/28/2012 7:47:07 PM
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Unfortunately Renee realistically has little chance of getting named. The stock would drop immediately. Major institutional holders wouldn't support the move as she's just not ready. Stacey would clearly like the job - he's been very visible and is well likled but board already has deep financial content. Brian is the obvious internal choice for a reason.

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re: Is Intel next to get a woman CEO?
resistion   11/28/2012 11:37:07 PM
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The timing of Paul's resignation just before 14 nm is suspicious.

resistion
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re: Is Intel next to get a woman CEO?
resistion   11/28/2012 11:38:52 PM
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Maybe he's ill?

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re: Is Intel next to get a woman CEO?
Ogemaniac   11/28/2012 11:50:40 PM
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Over the years, I have been trying to observe at what age the typical F500 CEO retires. 62 is right about average. He's filthy stinking rich. Why wouldn't he want to step down from such a demanding job, spend more time with the grand-kids, and "earn" a few million a year by sitting on a few corporate boards?

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re: Is Intel next to get a woman CEO?
unknown multiplier   11/29/2012 2:26:21 AM
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22 nm transition not being a hot sell may mean the manufacturing technology prowess is not key to staying at the fore anymore. Actually, Otellini was the best proof of this shifting emphasis.

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