In this month's issue of Fast Company, Danielle Sacks profiled Chelsea Clinton, who recently told the magazine that she's now willing to leave the door open a crack on a potential future political run.
Intel Risks it All (Again), by Ellen McGirt, page 88
Andy Grove famously bet Intel on a new chip architecture in the 1980s. Today CEO Paul Otellini is engaged in an even more dramatic bet. The goal: a new kind of Intel-one defined as much by market insights as faster-than-fast technology. How Otellini and right-hand Sean Maloney are reengineering Chipzilla-with assists from Apple, China, and a hip indie ad shop.
I have come to be at peace with the way anonymous naysayers treat the Internet as some kind of unending playground. So-called Internet "trolls" roam comment boards trashing articles in what I can only assume is a desperate outcry of boredom, something to fill the void between flash games and checking their email for the 1000th time. So, I was shocked when Michael Strong, an author (with a semi-professional profile pic) decided to slander Danielle Sacks' feature on John Mackey.