Intel CEO's legacy: PC glory, smartphone grief

PC World - Today ends the last full week of Paul Otellini's reign as Intel's CEO.

When Otellini passes the torch to current COO Brian Krzanich at next Thursday's annual shareholder's meeting, he'll be stepping away from a stratospheric eight-year run that saw Intel truly cement its position as Chipzilla, the 800-pound beast ruling over the PC processor market. Need proof? Intel made more than $1 billion per week in 2012, a 50-plus-percent increase over Otellini's rookie stats.

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