THE NEW INTEL - Under legendary CEO Andy Grove, the chipmaking giant was a single-minded entity devoted to the manufacture of a single product. But the advent of the Internet and cheap PCs has changed all that. Grove's successor, Graig Barrett, has divided the behemoth into five separate groups, the better to pursue a bold strategy for acquisitions and new products. But the new terrain is fraught ...
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