Intel avoids outsourcing embrace, investigates hack of results

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Intel avoids outsourcing embrace, investigates hack of results

Says it will lean more heavily on outside factories.

The incoming chief executive of Intel said on Thursday that most of the company's 2023 products will be made in Intel factories but he sketched a dual-track future in which it will lean more heavily on outside factories. The lack of a strong embrace of outsourcing from new CEO Pat Gelsinger ...

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