Did Intel’s CEO try to profit off a massive security breach before other investors could find out about it? The Wall Street Journal highlights trades made by Brian Krzanich in November, months after the world’s most storied microprocessor …
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich sold about half his stock months after he learned about critical flaws in billions of his company's microchips. Krzanich now holds only the minimum number of shares he's required to own. Intel says there's nothing to …
Stock options are one of the biggest drivers of high CEO pay these days. The idea is to give executives stock to incentivize them to do well -- as the company does better, the stock does better, and the pay of these head honchos rises. Here's …
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich sold millions of dollars worth of his company’s stock prior to the public disclosure of a major security flaw that affects effectively all processors produced in the last two decades. According to a filing made with the …
Intel's CEO reportedly sold $24 million worth of company stock and options after being informed of a serious security flaw in its chips — but before the flaw became publicly known. The stock sale was first reported by Business Insider. SEE …
The sale of Intel Corp. stock by Chief Executive Brian Krzanich while the company was handling concerns about security flaws in its chips was a highly unusual move that risked attracting regulatory scrutiny, according to lawyers and …
Late last year, the CEO of Intel sold millions of dollars in company stock, as CEOs often do. The sale appears to have occurred while developers were reportedly rushing to fix a major security flaw affecting Intel processors made in the last …
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SAN FRANCISCO — Two U.S. lawmakers are asking federal regulators to open an investigation into stock sales that reaped a $25 million profit for Intel's CEO several weeks before the company disclosed a serious security flaw …
NEW YORK - CEOs at the biggest companies got a 4.5 percent pay raise last year. That's almost double the typical American worker's, and a lot more than investors earned from owning their stocks - a big fat zero. The typical chief …