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Intel CEO Paul Otellini to retire in May
Intel President Renee James ends 28-year career with chip giant  James, an Intel veteran and its highest ranking female executive, was appointed president the same day that Krzanich became CEO two years ago Intel taps COO Krzanich as chipmaker's next CEO

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  Intel has chosen its chief operating officer, Brian Krzanich, as its new CEO. Krzanich, who is 52, will replace Paul Otellini on May 16

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  Otellini will retire in May after 8 years at the helm, leaving his successor the challenge of adapting to a shift in demand toward mobile devices

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  Barrett, 69, will retire in May after 35 years with the chipmaker, including seven as chief executive officer

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Apr.2 CEO's pay package jumps to $12.3 million
  Paul Otellini saw his pay package almost double in 2007 as the chipmaker's business rebounded from a rocky 2006

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May.18 Otellini succeeding Barrett as CEO
  Paul Otellini, 54, the president and CEO, will officially be crowned as CEO at the annual shareholder meeting

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Nov.11 Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO
  The 30-year Intel veteran oversaw the launch of the Pentium processor in the 1990s. He was president and CFO fom 2002
Mar.31 CEO's bonus jumps 41%
  Craig Barrett's salary remained unchanged from the previous year's $610,000 in salary and $1.51 million in bonuses

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Apr.25 Top Execs Granted 2 Million Options  The grants were part of a broad-based, company-wide stock options program the chip maker makes every year Apr.17 Intel pioneer Les Vadasz to retire  Vadasz was an early Intel employee and manager of the team that designed the first computer microprocessor Apr.2 Top 2 Execs' Compensation Fell in 2002  Chief Executive Craig Barrett received total of $1.74 million. Co-founder and Chairman Andy Grove earned $1.3 million

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Jan.16 Otellini promoted to No. 2 position
  27-year company veteran Paul Otellini named as its new president and chief operating officer

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Sep.25 Intel names first CTO  Patrick Gelsinger, 40, will report to CEO Craig Barrett May.24 G. Moore steps down from board
  He will continue as chairman emeritus and director emeritus. Moore's Law still describes growth in the high-tech Apr.11 Former FCC chairman to join board  R. Hundt has been nominated to the board of directors, replacing co-founder G. Moore, who is retiring from the board

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