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Intel Corporation today announced the results from votes at the
company’s annual stockholders meeting.
Stockholders approved the following proposals:
The re-election of Charlene Barshefsky, Andy D. Bryant, Susan L.
Decker, John J. Donahoe, Reed E. Hundt, Paul S. Otellini, James D.
Plummer, David S. Pottruck, Frank D. Yeary and David B. Yoffie to the
board of directors.
Ratification of Ernst & Young LLP as independent registered public
accounting firm for 2012.
The advisory vote to approve executive compensation.
Stockholders rejected a stockholder proposal that asked for an annual
advisory vote on political contributions.
The meeting also marked the retirement of Jane Shaw as chairman of the
board of directors. Shaw had served as chairman since 2009.
“Jane has made tremendous contributions to Intel as a member of the
board for the past 19 years, as chair of the audit and compensations
committees, and most recently as chairman,” said Otellini, Intel’s
president and chief executive officer. “Throughout her tenure Jane has
provided Intel with the benefit of her extensive leadership experience
as she has helped guide the company through significant challenges and
growth. We are grateful for her service.”
As previously announced, Bryant will now serve as chairman. Susan Decker
has been appointed as lead director.
Complete voting results with respect to the annual meeting is available
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