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Back in 1968, two scientists, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, founded Intel with a vision for semiconductor memory products. By 1971, they had introduced the world’s first microprocessor. Since then, Intel has established a heritage of innovation that continues to expand the reach and promise of computing while advancing the ways people work and live worldwide.
Our mission: Utilize the power of Moore's Law to bring smart, connected devices to every person on earth.
Our vision: If it is smart and connected, it is best with Intel.
- Global headquarters: Santa Clara, California
- 107,600 employees worldwide (at end of 2013)
- 55 percent of employees reside in the U.S.
- NASDAQ ticker symbol: INTC
- Brian M. Krzanich, Chief Executive Officer
- Renée J. James, President
- 2013 net revenue: $52.7 billion
- 2013 earnings per share: $1.89
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