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Intel Named One of WSJ’s Management Top 250

The Wall Street Journal’s Management Top 250 ranks Intel this year at No. 7. The ranking marks the company’s fourth consecutive year on the publication’s list of best-managed companies.

The Wall Street Journal’s Management Top 250 is an annual report of U.S. companies that are most effectively navigating the current business climate and serving their workers, customers and shareholders. The report is based on a Drucker Institute ranking that measures corporate effectiveness by examining performance across customer satisfaction, employee engagement, and development, innovation, social responsibility and financial strength.

Intel has expanded beyond PCs to deliver the best semiconductors and technology solutions for its customers in a world that increasingly runs on data. The company’s global 100,000 employees are united by six core values as they create world-changing technology that enriches the lives of every person on Earth. In addition, Intel integrates its long-standing commitment to corporate responsibility and sustainability — built on a strong foundation of transparency, governance and ethics – throughout all aspects of its business.

See the full list on the Wall Street Journal website.

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