Layoff were predicted for dcg on june 19th - nothing happened. Mass layoff was predicted on june 12th - nothing happened. Lets see what happens tomorrow - else this board is a bunch of qcom trolls.
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Do you think that Intel owes its employees and shareholders some sort of communication regarding the current project cancellations and riffs? Please vote Stealth is fine. Notify those affected first then explain the rationale to the company.
It looks like cutting corners didn't work. https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2017/06/msg00308.html
Soo there is no rumers or anything about any other areas for layoffs in any meetings here. Until I see somthing real I will believe this is just people trashing Intel and it is bussiness as usual.
TheLayoff is TOO anonymous. Any competitor troll can submit BS stories, comments and follow-up answers to their own threads. You don't know if they really are an employee. The Blind app at least verifies that you are an employee of the company at the... read more
Last week of the quarter. An amazing amount of leadership are taking Sabbatical or vacation beginning July 1. Group all-hands scheduled. Nice managers have already sent out veiled emails saying that storms are coming and it's out of their control... read more
Let them devolop slideware somewhere else. Back to engineering...
Just like that the world largest semiconductor company will transform itself to the next big thing AI. Buy a few small companies and cobble a few chips together and with a little marketing and commercials at the Olympicis viola Intel is transformed... read more
Ask colleagues about candidates who are not qualified, but who still get hired. Ask your manager if he/she has full choice in hiring. You’ve probably seen the “45%” URM & female hiring quota as being “met” in VP & GM status reports. Intel was built... read more
I just read the reply about the Iris pro graphics not improving since 2014 ... which got me thinking about pivotal moments over my past 20 years with Intel ... and 2014 was a weird year for DCG (that was when we decided to prioritize "all things... read more
Twelve years ago the last PhD material scientist was shown the door, completing the transition from competant executives to morons in the corner office. Today the company has nobody at the helm other than Pepsi Cola marketeers. The company hasn't... read more
Intel is a dying dinosaur the leaders are trapped by x86 innovators dilemma and can't see beyond the strengths and behaviors that led them to domination x86 BK spins a good story complimented by big bucks study paid by Intel that the new markets they... read more
In a recent CISA presentation by or esteemed supreme leader Murthy (hatchet man) he espoused the execution capabilities of the "5G" team for Goldridge (Intel's first 5G modem) whilst having a little swipe at the 4G team. He labels this the gold... read more
When is that happening
Intel is getting their a$$ handed out to them by AMD as they did back in early 2000s and I don't see how they can respond this time since most of the experienced x86 folks have been kicked to the curb in the last few years... read more
Heard today from a respectable source that Eau Claire site may be slated for closure or serious reduction in force in the near future.
Its been vert quite since NDG
http://learnbonds.com/134046/nasdaq-intc-intel-corporation-stamps-out-iot/ Intel stock investors hurt by IoT failures
Obviously Olympics are far more important to Intel's bottom line. How many layoffs are going to pay for this? Such is the Intel alternative facts.
No more intel for me.
....investing in sponsoring the Olympics, building more gender neutral bathrooms, hiring and promoting more unqualified URMs, showing more prime time TV ads about AI we eventually will fail at building....But hey, I'm an Intel Crow Eater, and all you... read more
Free mats at Google. HAPPY YOGA TO ALL
https://techcrunch.com/2017/06/01/intel-ceo-explains-why-he-spent-15-billion-on-mobileye/ *Krzanich said that someday “if you get a ransomware or some kind of virus on one portion of the device,” Intel will not only have backups, but they could... read more
Your bill for the olympics.
I wasn't layed off last year, but the opaqueness, casting aside of long-time employees, stress levels of those remaining, and the inhumane way it went down caused me to finally leave Intel on my own terms. Anyone else choose to leave after the... read more
This not a news portal. please post only information that is relevant to employee layoffs. thanks!
Intel used to be great, I want that back BK can do that we need t support him just like America is getting better under Trump let BK work his white magic
I recently fired my financial advisor. With AI getting better, i use a Robo-Advisor from.a firm that objectively runs multiple investment algorithms beyond the simple Monte Carlo simulation that human advisors always touts, but don't know what it... read more
I don't get it. It's not like a TV watcher is gonna say, wow BMW is partnering with Intel for autonomous cars....I am going to get a BMW because it contains an Intel chip. Waste of money .
https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.ft.com/content/5816a599-08c9-3855-bbaa-48d766c9966f Mcgriddles for everyone?
Yet another "shiny object" to distract and deflect attention from the real issues affecting the company like increased competition and impending share loss in the real markets: client and data center. Intel leadership under BK is abysmal.