A day after posting its second quarter of weak earnings, chip-making giant Intel announced Thursday it would shuffle top managers to new positions.
The strategy inserts Sean Maloney as the new leader of sales and marketing, replacing co-general managers Eric Kim and Anand Chandrasekher. Maloney had been co-manager of the mobility group.
Kim will now manage the digital home group, pushing Don MacDonald into a new position as vice president of corporate brands and marketing.
Chandrasekher will take over a new Intel division that includes low-power processors and ultramobile PCs, such as the “Origami” product launched with Microsoft and Samsung Electronics America.
-Ben Ames, IDG News Service (Boston Bureau)
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