- Apr 12, 2001
Intel today announced that it has appointed Robert Swan as its new CEO, ending the chipmaker's long search for a new leader.
Swan had served as Intel's interim CEO since Brian Krzanich resigned seven months ago after violating the company's non-fraternization policy. Early reports indicated Swan was not interested in the role on a permanent basis, but he has evidently changed his mind and will remain in the position.
Apple's chipmaking chief Johny Srouji was reportedly on Intel's list of candidates, but he was apparently not interested in the job.
Swan joined Intel in October 2016 as CFO.
Article Link: Intel Names Robert Swan CEO Following Reports That Apple's Johny Srouji Was a Candidate