The person familiar with the matter said that Swan made the above remarks at a staff meeting. At the same meeting, he announced that Ke Qi Qi left the company. Swan will serve as Intel CFO at the same time as CEO. Because of Ke Qi Qi's violation of the regulations on the prohibition of staff relationship with staff, he was asked to resign by the company.
The election of Swan's self - withdrawal from the CEO position further restricts the internal selection of the Intel board. In the past 50 years, the company has persisted in promoting its leaders from the inside. Intel said they are looking for alternatives and will be included in the California Santa Clara headquarters and candidates from outside companies.
The sudden departure of Kezanqi has left the world's second-largest chipmaker with a flurry of fine management, and several colleagues who were pushed out or chose to leave the company during their tenure are likely to naturally become candidates. During his tenure, a group of senior executives from outside the company were appointed, after senior positions were typically internal. During his tenure, executives such as Stacy Smith, Renee James, Kirk Skaugen and Diane Bryant all left Intel.
Since Intel announced its departure in June 21st, the company's share price has fallen by more than 7%. (Si Mei)