Ins & Outs: Intel Bets the Farm on Gelsinger, Ajit Pai Ends a Controversial Run at the FCC, Wrike Finds a Permanent Home With Citrix + More

It was a week of transitions, both at the federal level and in the business of tech. So the theme is Ins & Outs. Let's go:

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Can a CEO Who Knows Intel Inside and Out Fix It? On the Other Hand

Can Pat Gelsinger return Intel to its former glory? Or is it too late? I gave both takes ahead of earnings in the latest edition of On the Other Hand:

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The Exit Interview: Ajit Pai, FCC Chairman

We talked Section 230 revisions and more in Ajit Pai's last hours as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission:

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Welcoming in New Ideas: Citrix Buys Wrike for $2.25 billion

I talked to the CEOs of Citrix and Wrike, David Henshall and Andrew Filev, about their big transaction this week:

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A Long Way Out from Chicken and Potatoes: Wrike Founder on When He'd Made It

As Wrike and investor Vista Equity marked their big exit, I looked back to a few months ago on Fortt Knox, when I talked to Wrike founder and CEO Andrew Filev about his immigrant journey, and when he knew he'd "made it":

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Coming In as CEO Because the Farm Didn't Work Out: Pat Gelsinger

Incoming Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger grew up intending to be a farmer. As he told me in this Fortt Knox interview a few years ago when he was CEO at VMware, circumstances pulled him in a very different direction:

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In this week where we celebrated the national holiday of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, I invite you to check out the lesson I built out that covers some of his legacy. It's The Black Experience in America: The Course, Lesson 15: Civil Rights.