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5 Things To Know About Intel Interim CEO Robert Swan

Robert Swan, Intel's interim CEO who replaced Brian Krzanich, has had a storied and diverse career as a technology executive, serving as the leader of a failed dot-com startup and as the CFO of eBay Inc., Electronic Data Systems and other companies.

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Swan Had A Stint As A Startup Investor

Before Swan joined Intel, he served as an operating partner at General Atlantic, a New York-based growth equity firm that has invested in major tech companies like Uber, Snap and Airbnb.

Swan was there from September 2015 to September 2016. During his tenure, he helped lead General Atlantic's investment in a $158 million growth round for AppDynamics, an application intelligence company that was acquired by Cisco last year. Swan had served on AppDynamics' board.

Based out of General Atlantic's Palo Alto office, Swan was part of the firm's Resources Group, which is charged with providing support and helping develop finance functions for its portfolio companies, as well as helping the firm's investment team in the internet and technology sectors.

 
 
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