Is Intel doubling down on manufacturing a good strategy? Here are both sides of the argument

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  • CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Is Intel doubling down on manufacturing a good strategy? Here are both sides of the argument” – below is their description.

    Intel made its name as the chip giant behind the PC era, but a series of stumbles over the past decade have it looking vulnerable. New CEO Pat Gelsinger laid out a turnaround plan this week that includes big investments in an area where Intel’s been slipping up: Manufacturing. Is doubling down in a weak area a good idea? CNBC’s Jon Fortt examines both sides of the argument.

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