Speaking yesterday at the Sanford C. Bernstein Conference, CEO Paul Otellini said looking outside the company for his successor would be a bad idea.
When Intel's CEO since 2005 retires next year, the company will still face a problem it's barely begun to solve: finding a foothold in the mobile market.
After an almost 40-year career with the chip giant, Otellini will step down as president and CEO in the second quarter of next year.
At his CES keynote speech, the Intel CEO announces a scad of new partners, shows some eye-candy demos, and introduces a barely coherent will.i.am.
At the Intel Capital Global Summit, CEO Paul Otellini spells out how important touch is to Windows 8-based ultrathin notebooks in 2012.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, CEO Paul Otellini tells how the company's pending acquisitions will help it address the next wave of computing.
Intel's CEO implies in an interview Thursday that Google TV devices could be arriving a little sooner than previously thought.
At the Web 2.0 Summit, the Intel president and CEO showed off a number of new internal prototypes and said that regardless of economic climate, a relentless pursuit of innovation is critical to the tech industry.
While the chip giant's first quarter was a challenge, executives are still confident about the rest of the year. That's good news for tech industry nail-biters.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel President Paul Otellini points to multicore computing and WiMax as the next areas of performance improvement and market growth for businesses and consumers.