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Information on Paul Otellini, leaving as Intel CEO

The Associated Press

FILE - In this Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011.Intel CEO Paul Otellini, holds up a Google Android phone running on an Intel chip during the keynote address at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. Intel said Thursday, May 2, 2013, that it has chosen Brian Krzanich, as its new CEO. Krzanich, who is 52, will replace Otellini on May 16, at the company's annual meeting. Otellini had announced his decision to resign in November. Otellini, 62, will be ending a nearly 40-year career with Intel, including an eight-year stint as CEO by the time he leaves. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

Paul Otellini, Intel Corp.'s fifth CEO, will leave the post in May after a four-decade career with the chipmaker, including eight years at the helm. Here are some biographical details on Otellini.

NAME: Paul S. Otellini

CURRENT TITLE: President and CEO, Intel Corp. Retiring May 16.

AGE: 62

EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in economics from University of San Francisco, 1972; M.B.A from University of California, Berkeley, 1974.

CAREER: CEO since May 18, 2005. Named president and chief operating officer and joined board of directors in 2002. Previously managed several Intel businesses, including PCs and servers division and global sales and marketing. Joined Intel in 1974 out of college.

OTHER APPOINTMENTS: Serves on board of Google Inc. Serves of President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness.