Intel Corp. President and CEO Andy Grove shows off the company's long-awaited Pentium microprocessor, a new generation chip that promises to revolutionize personal computers and protect Intel, the leading chip maker, from rivals. The Pentium will run up to five times faster that Intel's 486 chip that has become an industry standard in personal computers - RTXF2CV

Ex-Intel CEO Andy Grove dies at age 79

Andy Grove, the former Intel Corp. chief executive whose youth under Nazi occupation and escape from the Iron Curtain inspired an "only the paranoid survive" management philosophy ...