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The company holds more than 80 per cent of the market for the dominant “x86” family of PC microprocessors but has lost share to Advanced Micro Devices in recent quarters. Thus far, it has also failed to penetrate significantly the high-growth market for mobile phone chips, led by Texas Instruments.

Chris Nuttal has in interesting piece in todays FT on the challenges facing Intel. CEO Paul Otellini and his peers within established publically listed organisations are increasingly being assessed by fund managers on their ability to remain relevant in a networked world. More to follow …

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