Monthly Archives: January 2010

Intel Celebrates Data Privacy Day

On January 28, Intel celebrated Data Privacy Day, a day in which events are held around the world to recognize the importance of protecting the privacy and security of personal information.  Intel privacy professionals participated in a number of Data … Read more >

New Jobs for New Healthcare: 5 Ideas for Growing a Careforce for the 21st Century

In a blog entry months ago, I wrote about how Baby Boomer women—and creating a new “careforce”—are critical for healthcare reform to succeed. And I promised back then to put out some ideas the following week for creative ways to … Read more >

Healthcare Reform: Too Big To Fail

Rumors of the demise of healthcare reform have been greatly exaggerated. After Scott Brown’s upset victory for the Massachusetts Senate seat, the news media and blogosphere are abuzz. Ah, folks, we have ourselves an official media frenzy! Let the hyperbole … Read more >

A New Decade Resolution: 50% of Care to the Home by 2020

I’m not usually one for New Year’s resolutions. Either they are so small in scope so as not to rise to the level of “resolution” status or so big that they will take far more than one year to accomplish. … Read more >

From the International CES show floor: Talk about Rock Stars

Written by Brian Huseman, Intel senior attorney and manager of Global Public Policy I had the opportunity this week to attend the International Consumer Electronics Show. Although I’ve been to CES before, I am amazed each time at the tremendous … Read more >

Helping teachers spark students’ interest in science and math

Written by Shelly Esque, vice president in the Legal and Corporate Affairs group and president of the Intel Foundation Yesterday I had the honor of representing Intel in a small meeting with President Obama, the Vice President and Dr. Biden … Read more >