Intelís CEO squirms as the buck gets harder to pass
This is an interesting, albeit slanted article that paints a rather pathetic picture of Intel CEO Paul Otinelli struggling to pick himself up after dumping netburst- But was Netburst not a dead end?? There are numeous other pot-shots taken at Otinelli's decision-making which also seem pretty weak imo- Maybe the author wants to be CEO.
"The leading quote from this weekís news comes from Intel CEO Paul Otellini: "We're doing product refreshes every two years, which is the model we invented and then stopped doing after Pentium 4, shame on us," Otellini said. "We fell off it -- mea culpa, we screwed up -- and now we're back on that pace."
getLHCRelSpArt('/article/07/03/07/HNintelotellini_1.html','leftColumn'); Otellini was speaking at a Morgan Stanley Technology Conference, but regardless of the venue, every time a CEO speaks, he or she is using analysts and journalists as a conduit to shareholders. When a CEO takes a podium to apologize to shareholders, it tends to be the board of directorsí idea. "