Oregon’s governor and U.S. senators joined Intel’s CEO and other senior leaders in Hillsboro to mark the grand opening of a $3 billion expansion of the D1X factory where Intel develops its most advanced microprocessors.
Bob Swan, who became the company’s chief executive in early 2019, will be replaced in mid-February by industry veteran Pat Gelsinger. Intel said Wednesday that the change in leadership is unrelated to its financial performance.
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Intel, one of the world’s largest suppliers of semiconductors for decades, is shifting its focus from primarily making chips for personal computers to the growing parts of its business, including cloud-based and connected computing sectors.