Intel just elevated COO Brian Krzanich to CEO. The Chipzilla has been looking for a new leader since current CEO Paul Otellini announced his retirement six months ago.
Krzanich is the obvious pick, perfectly in keeping with decades of Intel's king-maker tradition. But his highly technical background with a focus on chip manufacturing operations also throws new wrinkles into the company's strategy mix. Will Krzanich be the guy who finally brings Apple's mobile chips into Intel's factories?
In this video, Fool contributor Anders Bylund walks you through Intel's long-awaited announcement, and what it means for investors.
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