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5 Tech Execs Who Could Become Intel's Next CEO

In the wake of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's sudden resignation, a handful of potential candidates for Intel's next leader have cropped up. Here's a look at five technology executives whose names are being floated as Krzanich's successor.

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Navin Shenoy

Shenoy, the executive now in charge of Intel's Data Center Group, is also seen as a potential internal candidate. In his role, Shenoy leads the company's international efforts to expand Intel's data-centric businesses, which includes servers, network, storage, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and Intel's field programmable gate arrays. Having joined Intel in 1995, Shenoy is another long-time employee, who was previously in charge of the company's Client Computing Group. He also served as chief of staff and technical assistant to former Intel president and CEO Paul Otellini for three years.

 
 
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