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  • Rank
    21
  • Previous Rank
    27
  • Age
    50
  • Title
    President
  • Company
    Intel
  • Industry
    Tech

As No. 2 at the $52.7 billion-in-sales chipmaker, James co-leads the company’s attempt to move beyond PC and server chips and into newer technologies like mobile computing and wearables. James lost out to Brian Krzanich in the race to become CEO in 2013, yet she remains a key player, running Intel’s semiconductor manufacturing operations, software and security efforts, human resources, and corporate strategy. James says Intel will get its chips into 40 million tablets by the end of 2014, a lofty goal considering that Intel missed on smartphones. Now the company is even launching consumer products, like a pricey smart bracelet for women.

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