Pat Gelsinger

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 The Intel facility in Leixlip, Co Kildare. Intel announced its decision to locate its European HQ in Ireland at a former 146-hectare stud farm in Leixlip in 1989 with the first chip manufactured there in 1993. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Intel’s investment in Ireland is about to top $22 billion (€18.6 billion). That is an impressive feat and even more so when you consider the fact we v(...)

Environmental activists take part in an anti-fossil fuel demonstration against Standard Chartered bank’s financing of the Java 9 and 10 coal-fired power plants in Jakarta earlier this month. Photograph: Bay Ismoyo/AFP

Intel affirmed its plans to create 1,600 jobs at its Irish operation and double its manufacturing space as part of a global strategy to ramp up its ch(...)

Food group Glanbia was down 1.7%  to €10.27 by the end of the day

Global equity benchmarks slipped from record highs and oil prices dipped on Friday as weaker economic data in Japan and Europe and concerns that newly(...)

Pat Gelsinger. Photograph: Manjunath Kiran/AFP via Getty

Troubled chip giant Intel is the only semiconductor stock in the S&P 500 that is lower than it was 12 months ago but investors think better times (...)

No Vegas dazzle: The sparse set of an all-digital Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Photograph: Consumer Technology Association/AFP

Image of the week: Virtual Vegas The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is usually a festival of robots, curved television screens and robots with curve(...)

Shares in French supermarket  giant Carrefour rose  13.4 per cent to their highest level since August 2019 after a surprise €16.2 billion takeover approach from Canadian convenience store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard.  Photograph: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg

European stocks closed slightly higher on Wednesday, with deal-related gains for French grocer Carrefour and Spain’s Telefónica offsetting wider conce(...)

Intel, long the world leader in chip-making technology, has lost its manufacturing edge in recent years. Photograph: iStock

Chipmaker Intel said on Wednesday it would replace chief executive Bob Swan with VMware chief executive Pat Gelsinger from February 15th. The company(...)