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  1. FT Tech Hub

    May 2, 2013

    Mobile, Arm servers, and other challenges facing new Intel's new chief exec

    The six-month search is over. Intel’s board has picked Brian Krzanich, current chief operating officer, as the chip maker’s...

  2. MBA blog

    November 25, 2011

    A conference and a celebration

    The past few weeks have been quite busy on the Thunderbird campus. One of the more significant events was the inaugural...

  1. MBA blog

    October 25, 2010

    The benefits of business school advisory boards

    This week heralded the arrival of Tsinghua School of Economics and Management’s incredibly heavyweight advisory board....

  2. June 25, 2010

    Russian valley

    Beyond Brics (Maija Palmer): Dmitry Medvedev's project to reinvent Russia as a technology centre may be paying off. Cisco...

  3. June 24, 2010

    Cisco to invest $1bn in Russia

    Cisco Systems, the world’s largest maker of networking equipment, has promised to invest $1bn in Russia over the next...

  4. January 27, 2009

    Macho monikers are name of the game in finance

    John Thain, ousted last week as head of Merrill Lynch, was nicknamed "Mr Fix-it" for his fabled turnround abilities. The...

  5. January 26, 2009

    Macho monikers are name of the game

    John Thain, ousted last week as head of Merrill Lynch, was nicknamed “Mr Fix-it” for his fabled turnround abilities. The...

  6. January 24, 2009

    Intel chairman Barrett to retire

    Intel has announced that Craig Barrett, its executive chairman and former chief executive, is to retire at its annual...

  7. July 3, 2008

    Here's an idea: deport the skilled

    Clive Crook's blog: I'm in Aspen for the Ideas Festival. One thing that already keeps coming up - in this environment rich...

  8. June 4, 2008

    A visa designed to rid America of inconveniently expensive talent

    From Mr Jim Dukelow. Sir, Bob Greifeld (“America cannot afford to drive away talent”, May 30) doesn’t seem to recognise that...

  9. May 20, 2008

    Intel invests in WiMax roll-out in Malaysia

    Intel, the world’s biggest chipmaker, said on Tuesday it would be involved in the first commercial roll-out of WiMax...

  10. January 4, 2008

    Thunderbird unveils capital campaign

    Thunderbird School of Global Management has launched a $65m capital campaign. The money will be used for scholarships,...

  11. December 3, 2007

    US bosses ‘lack European rivals’ experience’

    Chief executives of large US companies have far less international experience than their UK counterparts, a sign of...

  12. September 28, 2007

    Intel sounds alarm on healthcare spending

    The US will lose thousands of jobs to low-cost countries unless companies reduce soaring healthcare expenditure urgently,...

  13. September 28, 2007

    Intel alert on US 'Achilles heel'

    The US will lose thousands of jobs to low-cost countries unless companies reduce soaring healthcare expenditure urgently,...

  14. September 27, 2007

    Intel alert on US ‘Achilles heel’

    The US will lose thousands of jobs to low-cost countries unless companies reduce soaring healthcare expenditure urgently,...

  15. May 23, 2007

    US groups question high cost of healthcare

    Craig Barrett, chairman of Intel, says the US healthcare system "delivers results below international norms at high cost"....

  16. March 2, 2007

    UN warning to Silicon Valley over digital rift

    Silicon Valley has been slow to develop technology and business approaches specifically suited to customers in the emerging...

  17. December 13, 2006

    Data you can carry with you at all times

    From Mr Jean-François Heurteux. Sir, Are the "Pioneers of retail therapy" (December 5) heading the wrong way? I agree that...

  18. December 5, 2006

    Pioneers of retail therapy

    At Wal-Mart these days, customers can fill up a shopping trolley with groceries, clothes and Christmas gifts, then step...

  19. December 4, 2006

    Pioneers of retail therapy

    At Wal-Mart these days, customers can fill up a shopping trolley with groceries, clothes and Christmas gifts, then step into...

  20. October 16, 2006

    AMD's David takes on the Intel Goliath

    Hector Ruiz's actions speak far louder than his words. The unassuming chief executive of Advanced Micro Devices would have...

  21. October 15, 2006

    AMD’s David takes on the Intel Goliath

    Hector Ruiz’s actions speak far louder than his words. The unassuming chief executive of Advanced Micro Devices would have...

  22. May 18, 2006

    Intel under fire over poor stock performance

    Intel yesterday came under fire from shareholders angered at the poor stock performance of the world's biggest chipmaker...

  23. March 1, 2006

    Intel plans chip facility in Vietnam

    Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, has announced plans to build a $300m chip assembly and testing facility in Vietnam,...

  24. March 1, 2006

    Intel plans $300mchip facility in Vietnam

    Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, has announced plans to build a $300m chip assembly and testing facility in Vietnam,...

  25. February 28, 2006

    Intel to spend $300m on chip plant in Vietnam

    Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, has announced plans to build a $300m chip assembly and testing facility in Vietnam,...

  26. February 9, 2006

    The US must ensure that its young open their minds to world

    From Mr Allan Goodman. Sir, In the laboratory, in the classroom and in the marketplace, the US is seeing its competitive...

  27. February 8, 2006

    Intel chiefcalls for easing of visa curbs

    Craig Barrett, the chairman of Intel, the world's largest semiconductor maker, called for comprehensive immigration reform...

  28. February 7, 2006

    Intel chairman calls for US immigration reform

    Craig Barrett, chairman of Intel, the world’s largest semiconductor maker, called for comprehensive immigration reform to...

  29. February 2, 2006

    Letters: Need for healthy 'brain circulation'

    From Dr Joan Dassin. Sir, Craig Barrett ("Why America needs to open its doors wide to foreign talent", January 31) is...

  30. February 2, 2006

    'BIPARTISAN ACTION' NEEDED TO ACHIEVE BUSH'S GOAL ON COMPETITIVENESS

    The US needed "immediate bipartisan action" to achieve George W. Bush's new goal of boosting American competitiveness,...

  31. January 30, 2006

    America should open its doors wide to foreign talent

    America is experiencing a profound immigration crisis but it is not about the 11m illegal immigrants currently exciting the...

  32. January 30, 2006

    Ask the expert: Could US lose its competitive edge?

    The US is closing its doors to immigrants with degrees in science, maths and engineering. Because of security concerns in...

  33. December 13, 2005

    Intel taps India's maturing venture capital market

    When Intel chairman Craig Barrett last week announced a series of investments in India that pointedly did not include a...

  34. December 13, 2005

    Intel taps India's venture capital industry

    When Craig Barrett, the Intel chairman, last week announced a series of investments in India that pointedly did not include...

  35. December 12, 2005

    Intel taps India’s maturing venture capital market

    When Intel chairman Craig Barrett last week announced a series of investments in India that pointedly did not include a...

  36. December 5, 2005

    Intel plans to invest $1bn in India

    Intel, the world’s largest maker of semiconductors, said it would invest more than $1bn in India during the next five years...

  37. November 14, 2005

    Call for US visa reform as student intake falls

    Leading figures in US education and business are calling for further improvements to student visa policy as data show...

  38. November 14, 2005

    Call for US visa reform as student enrolments decline

    Leading figures in US education and business are calling for further improvements to student visa policy as data show...

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