Sometimes its good to reflect back on one’s career, the company where we all spent so much time, or just life in general.
- Andy Grove, the legendary President and CEO of Intel passed away on March 21, 2016 at the age of 79. A memorial service took place in late May and Howard High, a member of IRO, attended and has given us a look into the celebration.
- What started as a brief dinner encounter with Gordon Moore and others from Intel, a fateful evening has grown into a 20 year relationship between Intel and Steven Hawking that has battled to keep Hawking’s technology ahead of his declining physical capabilities. Read this fascinating story here.
- When Youssef El-Mansy retired from Intel in 2004, leaving work that he loved, he had a plan for his retirement that ended up working out to be even better than he thought. Read about his life after Intel here.
- Catching up with Will Swope, who retired as Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s Corporate Sustainability Group
- Peter MacNamara – read about the history of the Intel operation in Shannon, Ireland
- So, you think you knew Tom Dunlap as Intel’s General Counsel? As our Life After Intel executive interviews continue, read about Tom’s surprising career path.
- Ned Thanhouser, a 2011 retiree, always had a fascination exploring his family’s history in the silent movie industry. Read about his interesting life.
- Clem Russo gives sage advice on how to shift gears from work to retirement.
- Keith Thomson, retired Intel VP – “Performance + Perception = Reputation”. Read about Keith’s fascinating career and his post retirement life.
- Ted Jenkins, Employee #22, shares his Intel history and retirement philosophy.
- Tom Innes has some thoughts on Intel and retirement. He was one of the first Intel employees starting in 1968!