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New Intel CEO Bob Swan could make $138 million in salary and stock compensation if the company hits its most ambitious targets
We did some back-of-the-napkin math on new Intel CEO Bob Swan's compensation package, and how much it could be worth if Intel performs well.
The rise of Bob Swan, who went from leading a notorious dot-com bust to becoming the new CEO of Intel
Bob Swan is Intel's new CEO. But in his career, he's been a part of a dot-com bust, a venture capital investor, and all kinds of other things besides.
New Intel CEO Bob Swan will make as much as $4.68 million a year in salary and bonuses — and he’s eligible for $28.5 million or more in st...
Here's how much new Intel CEO Bob Swan is getting compensated in salary, bonuses and stock options.
Intel announced Thursday morning that Bob Swan, who has been serving as interim CEO for more than half a year, would be its CEO moving forward.
China's slowdown is becoming a real headache for US semiconductor companies, prompting them to warn investors about soft sales in China.
Intel’s shares plunge 8% as it misses on revenue and earnings and warns trouble in China could mean more pain to come
In addition to falling shy of analysts fourth-quarter estimates, the chip-making giant offered a disappointing outlook for the first quarter.
Apple’s $24 million chip executive is reportedly on Intel’s short list for new CEO, but it’s not clear if he’d be willing to m...
If Intel could lure Apple senior VP of hardware technologies, Johny Srouji, into becoming the new CEO, it would be a big win for the company. Big if.
A 12-year Intel veteran will become the new CEO of the self-driving car company Zoox, which lost its previous leader under mysterious circumstances
Aicha Evans spent 12 years at Intel, most recently as its Chief Strategy Officer.
Intel’s Mobileye is taking its ready-to-go self-driving technology to China to solve public-transit problems
Intel's Mobileye will partner with the Beijing Public Transport Corporation to bring autonomous mobility to that city's residents.
Intel’s Mobileye and the British government have found an unexpected way for self-driving data to improve infrastructure
Mobileye and Ordnance Survey will combine geospatial maps of Great Britain with Mobileye's self-driving data.