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, …
If HP really are tooling up to start an anti-microsoft insurgency, having a serious link with Intel won't harm either party.
If Oracle's spat with HP continues, having an HP head on the Intel side could be amusing too.
I'll do it...
...You make those processors faster,
you make them smaller,
you make them use less power
and errr, you , yes you, make them cheaper to sell but with higher margins...
You there! Man with red face and pointy horns, what's your job. Ahh marketing, fine, carry on then.
Bradley may be good at the day-to-day management, but has he shown any vision beyond how to organise cheap box-shifting? Shouldn't the next head of Intel also be capable of looking beyond the nitty-gritty and seeing new areas Intel should be growing into?