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Otellini: Nokia News Made Me Swear Like Yahoo's CEO

PC World: When Intel CEO Paul Otellini received a call from Nokia chief Stephen Elop about Nokia's move to Microsoft, he used a word that Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz "has often used."

Otellini's reference to Bartz's reputation for swearing elicited a hearty laugh from an audience gathered to hear him and others in a panel debate at the Mobile World Congress on Wednesday. The other panelists were Bartz, Cisco CEO John Chambers and Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son .


Paul Otellini, former Intel CEO, dies at 66

Otellini worked at Intel for 36 years and ushered it into the smartphone era.

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Otellini Steps Down, Intel’s New CEO Takes Over

HotHardware: All good things come to an end, and as of yesterday, Paul Otellini's fast and furious ride in the driver's seat as Intel's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) officially came to a halt. The 45-year-old face of Intel retired as chief, just as he announced he would back in November of last year, and handed the reins over to Brian M. Krzanich, the person Intel's board unanimously picked to fill Otellini's shoes.

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Intel Names Brian Krzanich Next CEO Succeeding Otellini

HotHardware: The time has come for Paul Otellini to step aside and make way for new blood. Serving as only the fifth Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in Intel's history, the 45-year-old face of the world's largest semiconductor company said several months ago that he planned on retiring in May 2013, so now there will be a sixth CEO. His name is Brian Krzanich.

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