Diane Bryant, who runs Intel?s business in chips for industrial-size computing centers, in San Francisco, Aug. 19, 2015. An expected $100 million in funding to be directed to cloud-computing software and a related start-up reflects the company?s view of its own future. (Elizabeth D. Herman/The New York Times)Elizabeth D Herman — The New York Times/Redux
- TitleEVP and GM, Data Center Group
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 $18 billion in sales. But overall demand for server chips recently slowed, and Intel’s stock price has taken a hit. Bryant’s biggest challenge is to continue to deliver double-digit revenue growth—no easy task.
Company Financials (2015, or most recently completed fiscal year)
|Market Value as of 8/26/16 ($M)||166815|