% | $
Quotes you view appear here for quick access.

Intel Corporation Message Board

  • hector_cornholed_amders hector_cornholed_amders Nov 21, 2012 3:18 PM Flag

    Who gives a sheeet about Crammer. Smart guy but he does not know about Intel.

    A fellow Lib who backed OB so I give him points on that one but on Intel, he just makes momentum moves.
    Selling at 22 was a good play but still selling now is stupid. The idea--am I right--is to buy low and sell high. Intel is low now and so is a buy. Also--there is a VERY good chance that Intel will get a superstar to replace Paul O. David Tupman ?
    David Tupman presided over launches such as early generations of the iPod, as well as the first iPhone's launch five years ago.

    Tupman has more than 70 patents in his name.

    The move has puzzled observers, as it's not clear where Tupman has gone - and he left as Apple's results hit a high, driven largely by the success of its iPhone division.

    Tupman's official title was Vice-President of Hardware Engineering, iPhone and iPod division.

    The engineer had risen through the ranks at mobile computing company Psion, before joining Apple a decade ago.

    Tupman reported to Tony Fadell, who led the team that designed the iPod at Apple.
    Fadell is often described as the 'father' of the iPod.

    Or could it be--Two former Apple guys?
    Tony Fadell too?
    Fadell being the CEO with Tupman running the phones and tablet division?

    SortNewest  |  Oldest  |  Most Replied Expand all replies
29.05+0.10(+0.35%)Aug 3 4:00 PMEDT