At the helm of Intel Corporation’s diversity and inclusion strategy, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Barbara Whye is leading the charge on corporate responsibility initiatives.
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King has retweeted and followed neo-Nazis on Twitter and called for the government to spy on mosques.
The board named Chief Financial Officer Robert Swan as interim CEO and said it has begun a search for a permanent CEO.
1,218 of the gizmos prove that machines want to dazzle us.
With Safari and virtually all other popular browsers not patched, hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users may not have secure means of web browsing until Apple issues its patch.
More company executives are leaving President Donald Trump’s manufacturing advisory board, in protest of his delay to condemn the white supremacism displayed in Charlottesville.
By: Miriam Grobman After almost four years of thinking about advancing women's leadership and talking to hundreds individuals
Dynamic Signal estimates that with better communication in the workplace, companies can be 30% more efficient and with 20
Trump had already angered China within days of his election with a phone conversation with the president of Taiwan. China considers Taiwan a renegade province, which the United States has implicitly accepted for decades under the “One China” policy. But Trump has said he sees no reason to continue that policy and could instead it use as a bargaining chip over negotiations on other issues.
Filming french world sailing champion Francois Gabart aboard his ship, the Macif, was almost like a dream come for me. I always felt the sea was a mythological place for epic adventures, harkening all the way back to the stories of Homer and The Odyssey.
Show more of it publicly. When it comes to "doing" diversity and inclusion, we need to measure what matters: hiring rates
If last month’s Intel announcement and the wave of other recent tech company layoffs tell us anything, it’s that technology
The company is trying "to accelerate its evolution from a PC company to one that powers the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices."
As the world remembers Andy Grove for shaping Silicon Valley into the somewhat paranoid and confrontational powerhouse it is today, there is a much softer undertone of his legacy that is largely missing from the dialogue today.
"Only the paranoid survive"
More companies should follow Intel’s lead.