SANTA CLARA, Calif., October 27, 1997 — An award given by CIO magazine to Dr. Andrew S. Grove, chairman and chief executive officer of Intel Corporation, will end up benefiting Hispanic college students. In its 10th anniversary issue, dated September 15, 1997, CIO magazine announced a set of awards to the “Leaders of the Information Age.” The thirteen honorees profiled in the story — including Grove — were called “visionaries [who are] conceiving, building and delivering the technology that will propel business into the next millennium.” In order to recognize the contributions of these leaders – and the promise of the next generation of visionaries – the magazine awarded an annual $10,000 grant or scholarship to each individual or company to be given in turn to the educational institution of their choice.
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