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Is Intel Next to Get a Woman CEO?

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TaimoorZ
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TaimoorZ   11/27/2012 5:06:30 PM
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"I agree Intel needs a turn around."

@adeniji: I'm not sure if what Intel needs is a turnaround. I think they're doing pretty fine with their strategy and much ahead of their competition. What they need to do is to sustain this growth and hopefully the new CEO can help in that.

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TaimoorZ   11/27/2012 5:02:53 PM
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@Nemos: I agree. The gender is the last thing that can influence the decision in this case. What really matters is the skills and qualifications. I don't think gender makes any impact in your ability to deliver in today's times.

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Adeniji Kayode   11/27/2012 3:10:13 AM
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_hm,

I agree with you on that, Success has little to do with gender. I agree Intel needs a turn around.

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_hm   11/26/2012 9:17:54 PM
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Woman or man many not be as important criteria. Intel is huge organization and it needs true techocrat type of leader - may it be woman. I wish them all very best.

 

 

Tam Harbert
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Tam Harbert   11/26/2012 7:19:18 PM
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@ Wale - yes, the ability to be successful in mobile is the key question. Perhaps that tilts the scale toward Perlmutter?

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Nemos   11/26/2012 1:00:29 PM
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It shouldn't be a surprise if we see another woman as a CEO in a big company even though David has a strong background from what I just read in your article and it looks like he will be the next CEO.(just a prediction)     

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Wale Bakare   11/26/2012 11:55:30 AM
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How would the new CEO ( woman or man) make Intel gain upper hand in mobile access technology market likely be key objective for his/her responsibility.  Who would do the task?

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FLYINGSCOT   11/26/2012 11:22:55 AM
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Women are too smart to run a semiconductor company.  It is a path to an early grave ;-)  Seriously though I think it would be a welcome change to see a female CEO.  

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