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When Intel announced the resignation of its CEO Brian Krzanich on Thursday the whole world was surprised.
This was true even for someone who had been on the board for 29 years and left only a month ago.
Harvard Professor David Yoffie had been an Intel board member for 29 years until he stepped down in May. And he was as shocked as the rest of the business world when Intel announced on Thursday, just one month later, that CEO Brian Krzanich was resigning effectively immediately.
Krzanich left Intel after the board discovered he had a relationship with an Intel employee, violating the company’s rules about managers “fraternizing” with their employees, Intel said. Intel described the relationship as something that happened the past.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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