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Diane Bryant, who runs Intel?s business in chips for industrial-size computing centers, in San Francisco.Diane Bryant, who runs Intel?s business in chips for industrial-size computing centers, in San Francisco.
Elizabeth D Herman — The New York Times/Redux
  • Title
    EVP and GM, Data Center Group
  • Affiliation
    Intel
  • Age
    54

Last April, Bryant was ­promoted from SVP to ­executive vice president of Intel’s data center group. Once Intel’s CIO, she now leads the chipmaker’s most profitable business, selling the high-end processors that last year brought in an impressive $18 billion in sales. But overall demand for server chips recently slowed, and Intel’s stock price has taken a hit. Bryant’s biggest challenge is to continue to deliver double-digit revenue growth—no easy task.

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Previous Rank43
Newcomer?
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Company Financials (2015, or most recently completed fiscal year)

Revenues ($B)55.4
Profits ($B)11.4
Market Value as of 8/26/16 ($M)
166815