A man whose name is nearly synonymous with the world's largest chipmaker transformed the company's manufacturing process and anticipated Intel's need to diversify, but failed to pull it off.
Chairman and former CEO, who joined the chipmaker 35 years ago, plans to retire from the board at annual shareholders meeting in May.
Craig Barrett, chairman of the chip giant, says the U.S. has an inadequate R&D investment environment and shows how inexpensive technology can be used in education.
While several charges were dropped, former Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown pleads guilty to sharing stolen data and targeting a federal agent.
While Intel Chief Executive Craig Barrett showed his lighter side at\r\nthis year's Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Florida, he was all business when\r\nasked about the coming year's tech opportunities and Intel's ability to\r\ntake advantage of them.
Chris Barrett, who was first to take Google Glass into a casino and also said he was first to film an arrest with Glass, finds he gets too many headaches. He's also lost his enthusiasm for the gadget.
Chris Barrett, Google Glass explorer, gets a rock band's minor figure to wear his glasses. He calls it "the most amazing night of my life." Oh.
Chris Barrett, the same intrepid Google Glass explorer who recently filmed an arrest with his device, decides to probe the sensitivities of Glass action in a casino. The results are instructive.
The online company has hired Michael Barrett, who came to Google after the search company acquired Admeld last year.