Asia has often been seen as the land of intrigue. With an incredibly rich culture and landscape across the continent, it’s no surprise that Asia has captivated people from all over the world. While Asia may have sparked your interest, … Continue reading →
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I often get amazed at the talent we continue to recruit throughout the Latin America region and the potential they not only have but get to at their different business groups and sites across this region. Yes, engineering is a … Read more >
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Note from the blog editor: A colleague, Linda, sent me this article because she was so excited about the interesting and challenging projects at Intel, especially in software. Her hope? The more you know about what softare at Intel is … Read more >
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Note from the blogger: I’m a contributor to the Student Branding blog and wrote this post for that blog–but after I finished writing it, I thought it could be valuable to the readers on this blog so I made a few … Continue reading →
Note from the editor: To kick off Women’s History Month in the US, our guest blogger, Walden Kirsch from Intel’s Internal Employee Communications team, sat down with three of our senior female leaders about Intel’s efforts to help girls and … Continue reading →
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2012 is Intel’s eleventh leap year! We salute Intel’s “leaps” with a fun look back at Intel’s leap years from 1976 to today. Use the slider to scroll through the timeline, then mouse over each year for a fast fact … Continue reading →
Note from the editor: You know Intel as world-class top microprocessor company, but what do you know about the making of a chip? Our guest blogger, Rob Kelton from Intel’s Internal Employee Communications team, walks us through the making of … Continue reading →
This week, the Oregon members of my organization within HR had a big moment: we moved. From a small leased building with a few hundred employees, no cafe, and parking right outside the door to a large, redesigned building with … Continue reading →
Note from the blog editor: Originally posted over at The Inside Scoop, Eva shares her experience as one of the thousands of employees that was able to witness U.S. President Barack Obama’s recent talk at the site of Fab 42 … Continue reading →
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Before you correct me on my grammar in the title, hear me out. Intel was ranked 46 on FORTUNE Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list! This was BIG news—news that we’d want to share with the whole world! But … Continue reading →
“Wow. Those are some great benefits! I work for a hospital and your benefits are better than mine!” said the ER desk clerk as he collected my roommate’s health insurance information. My roommate, like me, also works at Intel. And we both had selected the same benefits package too. But she was the patient and [...] Read more
For a man who was diagnosed with a devastating motor neuron disease at age 21 and given just 3 years to live, the brilliant British scientist Stephen Hawking, who celebrated his 70th birthday Sunday, continues to amaze. What you may not have known about Stephen Hawking is how Intel has helped the paralyzed, voiceless scientist communicate to the world since 1997.
Travis, an Intel application engineer, has traveled from Oregon to England every couple of years for the last decade to hand-deliver a customized PC he has created for Hawking. Here Travis talks about his unique project, the technology that powers the customized system, and how Intel co-founder Gordon Moore got Hawking to switch from AMD to Intel. Read more
Happy New Year! 2011 was quite a memorable year and we only expect more great things in 2012! I don’t quite believe in resolutions, but I do like setting goals. One of my goals is to blog more often, both professionally (on this blog and on the Student Branding blog) but personally too (stay tuned [...] Read more
Editor’s note: Another great story and graphic from our incredible Intel Internal Employee Communications Team (Text by Walden Kirsch and Nisha Desai. Graphic by Amy Aitken. Technical support from Barbara Nelson) on a look back at 2011. It’s been a great year and there’s only more to come in 2012! Happy New Year all! 2011 [...] Read more
It’s kind of crazy to think about it, but it could very well happen. I’ve heard stories about people riding in the elevator with him or being on the same shuttle flight with him, yet I’ve never sighted our CEO (other than web casts or open forums that he does.) But I’ve always wondered, what [...] Read more
It’s kind of crazy to think about it, but it could very well happen. I’ve heard stories about people riding in the elevator with him or being on the same shuttle flight with him, yet I’ve never sighted our CEO… Read more
Note from the blog manager: After a four-day weekend for the US Thanksgiving holiday, much of my Monday morning was spent catching up on email, news and of course, blogs from Intel employees on Planet Blue, our internal social media… Read more
Note from the blog manager: After a four-day weekend for the US Thanksgiving holiday, much of my Monday morning was spent catching up on email, news and of course, blogs from Intel employees on Planet Blue, our internal social media platform. This blog post from Richard Taylor, senior vice president and director of Human Resources, [...] Read more
How many CIOs do you know that dressed up for Halloween? I know one for sure: ours, Diane Bryant! It didn’t matter that Halloween fell on a workday this year—hundreds of employees all over the world took the chance to… Read more
How many CIOs do you know that dressed up for Halloween? I know one for sure: ours, Diane Bryant! It didn’t matter that Halloween fell on a workday this year—hundreds of employees all over the world took the chance to turn a potentially miserable Monday into something a bit more fun and creative. We received [...] Read more