Agreed. Intel PR has always been bad but Brian K. is just a horrible communicator & leader. There is an actual news article today that states that Google will likely leave Intel for Qualcomm for data centers which is wrong on so many levels, but Intel does nothing to clear up the confusion. Instead its the same PCs are dead mantra that we're hearing...and the stock keeps plummeting.
Company is worth at least $5B in a takeover - $70-$80 range. Good buy at $40.
and start focusing on execution & delivering high quality chips. Cant believe this guy is spouting off political correctness garbage while Intel is getting attacked by ARM on all fronts including manufacturing. Meanwhile, stock continues to do nothing.
Horrible communicator & visionary. His "expertise" is supposedly manufacturing, yet Intel is perceived as being late to the party on process technology. Also, what is the CFO doing? Where are the cost controls? Intel seems to be spending/wasting shareholder money as if we are still in a Bull market. What's the mobile strategy? Cut the $Billions in losses already!! Once again, Intel is the slow tanker that can't pivot quickly when the market changes.
Yup. She should have started with a mobile-centric strategy from Day 1. Things would have been different today. What she is doing now is the last resort - getting the company in decent enough shape to be bought out.
Looks to be more & more like a control freak - which is the opposite of a visionary.
Better question is how long can Sprint & T-Mobile survive in this cut-throat environment?? Both T & VZ have the scale & technology to be cash-cow machines for years to come.
So, besides collecting tens of millions in compensation, what exactly has she done in the last several years to have a positive impact on company performance??
he lives in his own world. he could have easily come up with another $50M to make numbers.
Intel's one and only growth area is servers. They "missed" there. If servers dont grow fast enough, they have nowhere left to hide.
Bezos could have rounded a number up to give shareholders a "beat". We're talking a few million here, not billions. Very disappointed with management.