See what INTEL’s Craig Barrett has to say about technology in Business Week.
Here’s a peak: Craig R. Barrett, CEO of Intel (NasdaqNM:INTC – News) since March, 1998, is racing to reinvent the company before he steps down next year. He has embarked on an ambitious diversification strategy to make Intel chips the foundation around the world of everything from PCs and servers to cell phones and telecom equipment. This includes spending $28 billion on R&D and capital projects over three years to build five new cutting-edge plants, which many worried would give Intel too much capacity. Now, some of the factories have been completed, and they’re running at full tilt.
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