Thursday, February 25, 2010

Intel invests in technology companies

Intel Corp.. the world's largest manufacturer of chips and a group that includes about 20 companies that invest capital, plans to invest more than $ 3 billion in U.S. technology companies in the next two years. Intel CEO Paul Otellini should formally disclose the following on this initiative. Intel has a branch Intel Capital, which buys shares of companies that have technologies that could prove useful for future sales of processors. Intel and other technology companies have lobbied the U.S. government to be stronger incentive to do mathematics and science education in the United States with the aim of creating a larger number of American experts.

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