Intel’s Bob Swan Opens Nasdaq Trading

Intel started its 50th anniversary Wednesday morning with public celebrations on both sides of North America — in Santa Clara, California, and New York City.

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At 6:30 a.m. PDT, after a 10-second countdown, Bob Swan, Intel’s chief financial officer and interim chief executive officer, rang the bell to open trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market. In a small break from tradition — and in a nod to Intel’s world-famous five-note jingle — the Nasdaq bell ring was accompanied by the Intel bong.

“We’re only just beginning to explore the impact that technologies like autonomous driving, artificial intelligence and quantum computing can have. And over the next several decades, we’ll create computing platforms that make the world a better place — from safer and smarter models of mobility to the eradication of disease.”
–Bob Swan, Intel CFO and interim CEO

Intel’s global success since its founding on July 18, 1968, is a “testament to the entrepreneurship of Silicon Valley,” said Nasdaq President Nelson Griggs. He noted that Intel — traded as INTC — was one of the exchange’s original listings in 1971.

Intel staffers from around the world and board members join Bob Swan (center, at podium), Intel’s chief financial officer and interim chief executive officer, at the ceremony to ring the bell opening trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market on July 18, 2018. The event at Intel Corporation’s headquarters in Santa Clara, California, celebrated the 50th anniversary of the company’s founding. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) ist ein führendes Unternehmen in der Halbleiterindustrie. Mit Hilfe von Computer- und Kommunikationstechnologien, die die Basis weltweiter Innovationen bilden, gestaltet Intel eine datenzentrierte Zukunft. Intels Know-how trägt dazu bei, die großen Herausforderungen der Welt zu meistern und Milliarden von Geräten sowie die Infrastruktur der intelligenten, vernetzten Welt zu schützen, weiterzuentwickeln und zu verbinden – von der Cloud über das Netzwerk bis hin zu allem, was dazwischen liegt.
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