Technology company and world leading chip manufacturer Intel Corp. (INTC) has poached David Zinsner from manufacturer of computer memory and computer data storage Micron Technology Inc. (MU) as its new chief financial officer and executive vice president.
Intel says Zinsner will take up his new roles in the company starting from January 17. Zinsner is well experienced for his new roles since he has worked for over two decades in the financial and operational positions in manufacturing and semiconductors companies.
Following this development, Microm has appointed its chief business officer, Sumit Sadana, to serve as its interim chief financial officer until the company finds the suitable person for the position.
Earlier, Intel had announced that its current chief financial officer, George Davis, would be retiring in May. The company has also announced departure of its former head of its client computing group, Gregory Bryant.
Intel’s vice president Michelle Johnston Holthaus will be taking over as the new head of the client computing group.