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Intel's Former CEO Brian Krzanich Has a New Job


Krzanich has also been made CDK Global's president and joined its board of directors; MacDonald will be sticking around to help with the transition.


He led the company in its shift towards data-centric businesses, for example, which represents a significant amount of its current revenues.


But questions about what Krzanich knew of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities and when is not the reason provided for his resignation .


Now Krzanich has gone from the CPU maker, where he spent over three decades, to "a leading enabler of end-to-end automotive commerce," CDK said in its announcement.


With 36 years of experience at Intel, Krzanich combines an exceptional track record of creating shareholder value with exactly the right combination of technology and strategic leadership experience to enable CDK to deliver on its enormous promise.


The Board has full confidence that he has the talent and expertise necessary to lead CDK as it pursues a growth strategy.”






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