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Les_Slater
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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
Les_Slater   5/2/2013 4:03:42 PM
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Wouldn't be so quick to be so pessimistic about the future of Intel. I like what they've done. Making James pres is will shake things up. Did you notice there's no serious hardware design experience at the top?

Les_Slater
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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
Les_Slater   5/2/2013 4:03:42 PM
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Wouldn't be so quick to be so pessimistic about the future of Intel. I like what they've done. Making James pres is will shake things up. Did you notice there's no serious hardware design experience at the top?

Les_Slater
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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
Les_Slater   5/2/2013 3:43:50 PM
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I think the most interesting is naming Renee James as president. This reflects the recognition of the importance of the broader ecosystem that Intel is part of.

Les_Slater
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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
Les_Slater   5/2/2013 3:43:50 PM
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I think the most interesting is naming Renee James as president. This reflects the recognition of the importance of the broader ecosystem that Intel is part of.

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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
sranje   5/2/2013 3:41:21 PM
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A great selection and positions Intel quite well for future.

sranje
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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
sranje   5/2/2013 3:41:21 PM
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A great selection and positions Intel quite well for future.

Dinesh B
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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
Dinesh B   5/2/2013 3:24:01 PM
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Intel had a great opportunity to reinvent itself by bringing in an outsider who could have shaken things up and perhaps got the company growing again (just like IBM did with Lou Gerstner). Instead by playing it safe and promoting an insider, Intel will continue to stagnate and never really regain its lost glory. As one indicator of their lack of growth, Intel stock has stayed flat for the past decade or more. Pretty pathetic performance.

Dinesh B
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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
Dinesh B   5/2/2013 3:24:01 PM
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Intel had a great opportunity to reinvent itself by bringing in an outsider who could have shaken things up and perhaps got the company growing again (just like IBM did with Lou Gerstner). Instead by playing it safe and promoting an insider, Intel will continue to stagnate and never really regain its lost glory. As one indicator of their lack of growth, Intel stock has stayed flat for the past decade or more. Pretty pathetic performance.

resistion
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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
resistion   5/2/2013 3:11:44 PM
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Just noticed the president/CEO separation, wonder what that entails.

resistion
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re: Intel names insider Brian Krzanich CEO
resistion   5/2/2013 3:11:44 PM
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Just noticed the president/CEO separation, wonder what that entails.

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