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Ex-Intel boss Paul Otellini dead at age 66

Former Intel CEO Paul Otellini died on Monday aged 66, the chip maker confirmed this morning. Otellini, who sat in the chief exec chair from 2005 until his retirement in 2013, died peacefully in his sleep, we're told. "We are deeply saddened by Paul’s passing,” CEO Brian Krzanich said. “He was the relentless voice of the …
Shaun Nichols, 3 Oct 2017

Intel CEO: PC market slogging along at half speed

Intel president and CEO Paul Otellini knows that the PC business is in the tank, believes that Windows 8 might lift it out of its funk, and can't predict which form factor will be The Next Big Thing – tablets, convertibles, or Ultrabooks. "We do believe that when the numbers are all in," he told analysts and reporters during a …
Rik Myslewski, 16 Oct 2012
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Intel denies that its CEO thinks Windows 8 isn't ready

Intel has denied reports that CEO Paul Otellini believes Microsoft is releasing Windows 8 before it's "fully ready," saying instead that Chipzilla has the utmost confidence in Redmond's latest OS. On Tuesday, a Bloomberg report cited an anonymous source as saying Otellini had talked down Windows 8 during a private company …
Neil McAllister, 26 Sep 2012
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Intel CEO thinks Windows 8 isn't ready, insider claims

To hear Microsoft tell it, work on Windows 8 wrapped in August and the final version of the new OS is already shipping to PC makers. But according to a source close to Intel, Redmond's closest hardware partner thinks the current Windows 8 code is still only half-baked. At a recent company meeting in Taipei, Taiwan, Intel CEO …
Neil McAllister, 25 Sep 2012
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Apple's Cook tops Page, Otellini in 'Favorite Boss' survey

Apple CEO Tim Cook ranked number one among US CEOs in employee esteem, according to voluntary responses to a survey which asked the simple question, "Do you approve of the way this person is handling the job of leading this company?" "What makes this list important is it's based on feedback from the CEOs' own employees," a …
Rik Myslewski, 29 Mar 2012

Intel eyes up HP chief for top job

Intel is looking to build up its executive ranks and is apparently willing to look outside of the chip company's own walls to find some new top brass to compete for the top jobs that president and chief executive officer, Paul Otellini, will vacate in five years or so. A report in the Wall Street Journal cites unnamed sources …
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Intel coffers rebound from first half beating

The theme of Intel's third quarter earnings today is paying no mind to last year and focusing on how much better things are compared to Q2. Chipzilla is indeed doing much better sequentially. But to finger the issue more precisely, Intel had suffered a particularly awful second quarter this year. (It was also hit with a $1. …
Austin Modine, 13 Oct 2009
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Intel to spend $7bn to upgrade US factories

Intel's president and chief executive officer, Paul Otellini, was at the Economic Club in Washington DC this morning as the Senate, the House, and the White House are arguing about what kinds of investments to make in the US economy. Otellini announced that despite Intel's economic woes as the PC and server businesses slow, it …
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Can the Atom help Intel's CEO meet otherworldly demands?

Interview Exclusive Strolling towards Intel's headquarters, I hoped my meeting with Paul Otellini would not be as awkward as the last encounter with an acting Intel CEO. Back in 2001, Craig Barrett delivered a keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which required him to emerge from a huge tub of Jello. Intel had hired its …
Ashlee Vance, 10 Apr 2008

Intel CEO confronts OEM grumbling around direct chip sales

CEOs of the major server and PC makers have proved reluctant to complain in public about Intel's very substantial "distribution" business where it moves processors and white boxes directly to customers. But pull one of these executives away from the microphones, and you may well hear a minor tirade on the topic. The Register …
Ashlee Vance, 9 Apr 2008

Intel's 'Little Otter' earns $22m from Google meetings

You've really made it in Silicon Valley when two of the region's elite firms overpay you for executive services. Intel CEO Paul Otellini took home a paltry $700,000 salary in 2006. The chip maker, however, padded that out with close to $6m worth of other compensation through option grants, incentive plans, retirement aid and …
Ashlee Vance, 1 Dec 2007

AMD's CEO doesn't have Intel to kick around anymore

Comment After hearing about AMD's first quarter bloodbath, Carly Fiorina and Kevin Rollins must wonder what's wrong with Wall Street. No analyst has yet to place the call for Hector Ruiz's head. AMD's Q1 blows away anything faced by HP ex Fiorina or Dell ex Rollins. The chipmaker lost $611m as processor sales collapsed by 38 per cent. …
Ashlee Vance, 23 Apr 2007

Intel waiting for key update before going Vista

If it's not good enough for Intel, is it good enough for you? We're talking Microsoft's Windows Vista, which the chip giant's CEO, Paul Otellini, this week indicated has not won the backing of his technology experts. "I know of no organisation doing an upgrade before [Service Pack 1]," Paul Otellini told attendees of the Bank …
Tony Smith, 7 Mar 2007

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