New Intel CEO announces changes

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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

New Intel CEO Brian Krzanich plans organizational changes at the company according to an employee memo.

The shakeup, announced internally just days after the 30-year veteran took the helm, places most of the main product groups of the world's top chipmaker directly under the CEO's supervision and hands its sprawling global manufacturing operation to new president Renee James, said a source close to the company, who declined to be identified.

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