Intel has named Chief Operating Officer Brian Krzanich as its next CEO to succeed Paul Otellini as head of the chip giant in a couple weeks, CNET reports. In addition, Intel appointed Renee James to the role of president. She previously served as the executive vice president overseeing Intel’s software and services group. Krzanich joined the Santa Clara, Calif., company in 1982 and has worked in many different technical areas since that time. He now runs the company’s manufacturing operations and also oversees supply chain, human resources, and information technology operations following his appointment as chief operating officer in January of last year…

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