Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, right, and employee Darryl Adams at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.

Intel commits $300 million to diversify tech ranks

Jan 7, 2015
Company CEO tackles a tech problem: Need for more women, minorities in workforce.
Posted In: Intel, diversity, pipeline, race

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich on 'silicon leadership'

Oct 1, 2014
Intel plans to make its supply chain conflict-free by 2016.
Posted In: Intel, conflict minerals, CEOs

Those little Intel microchips were famous, somehow

Aug 5, 2014
An interview with Michael Malone, author of "The Intel Trinity".
Posted In: Intel, computers, microchips

Inside Intel's 'confict minerals' program

Jan 9, 2014
Earlier this week, Intel announced at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that its chips will be produced from 'conflict-free' sources.
Posted In: Intel, conflict minerals

Google may be after Intel's turf

Dec 13, 2013
Google might be getting into the game of making chips.
Posted In: Google, Intel, microchips

Checking in on the state of global innovation

Oct 17, 2013
A look at Intel's Global Innovation Barometer study.
Posted In: Intel, innovation

Wall Street score cards for Yahoo! and Intel

Oct 15, 2013
Checking in on the earnings for two tech stalwarts going through transition.
Posted In: Yahoo, Intel, quarterly report

'70s rebellion and the roots of tech's reputation for meritocracy

Oct 4, 2013
Early Silicon Valley companies experimented with a new management style to reward talent and avoid corporate status and hierarchy.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, meritocracy, Intel

U.S. companies defend the Common Core

Sep 18, 2013
Businesses rally behind a controversial new set of math and literacy standards, which they view as crucial to preparing an educated workforce.
Posted In: Education, common core, ExxonMobil, Intel

Tracking the relationship of the government and Silicon Valley

Aug 1, 2013
Revelations that the government is collecting vast amounts of our personal data from companies like Facebook and Google, is raising questions about the relationship between the feds and the tech industry.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, defense department, Intel