"We are very pleased to welcome two new, independent directors with the depth of leadership experience at innovative, global companies that both Mr. Ishrak and Mr. Smith bring," Intel Chairman Andy Bryant stated. "We look forward to their valuable contributions as Intel continues to transform itself for growth in emerging, adjacent market segments."
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