He's surrounded by suck-ups, gets his intel secondhand, and wields his immense power erratically.
Some more recent examples: intel was founded in 1968 and operated in a highly competitive, capital intensive industry.
Edward Snowden, a Booz Allen Hamilton employee, says he leaked top-secret NSA intel.
Last year, UPS, United Way, and intel yanked funding over the anti-gay policies.
That has been especially true of big technology companies like Apple and names such as intel, Qualcomm, and Microsoft.
Yet in 1988, intel earned $452.9 million on $2.87 billion in revenues—a fat 16 percent profit margin.
Greason started out at intel but felt the zero-gravity pull of the rocket macro-process in which he now holds 22 patents.
The intel bosses predict a fresh round of al Qaeda attacks in the next six months.
The intel programs address these challenges by fostering equal economic and educational opportunities around the world.
He did not need an intel inside computer or search engine to find what he wanted.
abbr. for intelligence, esp. military or business; information