Intel plans additional restructuring, but is unlikely to announce\u00a0it\u00a0until next month, Chief Executive Officer Paul Otellini said Thursday.In April, Intel said it would restructure, including resizing the company, in response to weak earnings in recent quarters. Since then, Intel has closed a small office in Scotland, shut down an optical platforms division in the United States\u00a0and combined two flash memory groups. In recent weeks, rumors have suggested that Intel would lay off a vast number of workers. While Intel will make more announcements regarding restructuring plans, it likely won\u2019t do so until its July earnings conference call, Otellini said.Rumors have also suggested that Intel is interested in selling its flash business. \u201cRight now, the plan on flash is to make it profitable,\u201d Otellini said. When asked what might happen after the division becomes profitable, he said, \u201cI\u2019ll open a bottle of champagne.\u201dIn addition to missing earnings targets, Intel has been losing market share to competitor Advanced Micro Devices.-Nancy Gohring, IDG News Service (Dublin Bureau)Check out our CIO News Alerts and Tech Informer pages for more updated news coverage.