Some more recent examples: intel was founded in 1968 and operated in a highly competitive, capital intensive industry.
Last year, UPS, United Way, and intel yanked funding over the anti-gay policies.
There's still the question of why the DNI intel was so different and wasn't settled until the 18th at the earliest.
Yet in 1988, intel earned $452.9 million on $2.87 billion in revenues—a fat 16 percent profit margin.
Noyce and his partner Gordon Moore also pioneered a new corporate culture at intel.
The intel bosses predict a fresh round of al Qaeda attacks in the next six months.
At CES this year, intel showed off a onesie equipped with a chip that monitors vitals and movement.
In 2012, intel began producing microprocessors with conflict-free tantalum, a sign that conflict-free efforts were progressing.
Edward Snowden, a Booz Allen Hamilton employee, says he leaked top-secret NSA intel.
He did not need an intel inside computer or search engine to find what he wanted.
abbr. for intelligence, esp. military or business; information