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Brian Matthew Krzanich best known as Brian Krzanich is an American Engineer and a businessman currently serving as the CEO of CDK Global. He was born on May 9th, 1960 in Santa Clara County, California. He was the Intel CEO from 2013-2018. He attended San Jose State University and graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry.
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He was born on May 9th, 1960 in Santa Clara County, California. He is 58 years old as of 2018.
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He has been together with Brandee Krzanich since 1998.
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Brian Krzanich Education
He attended San Jose State University and graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry.
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He is not Croatian but fully American.
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He has an estimated net worth of $ 19.1 million.
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He began working at Intel’s chip factory in New Mexico as a process engineer in 1982. He then became manager of a fabrication plant in Chandler, Arizona, back in 1996.Later, he went to supervise assembly and testing facilities. He held several management roles within Intel’s manufacturing division including managing a plant in Massachusetts.
In 2007,he began to oversee the company’s factories and supply chains. While Krzanich was in charge of the company’s supply chain, Intel were able to remove conflict minerals from its microprocessors. Intel went on to use conflict-free minerals for all microprocessors by 2014 and all products by 2016.
Due to his work, Krzanich was included in the documentary film, Merci Congo in 2016. He was promoted to the role of chief operating officer in January 2012. In this role, he led Intel’s China strategy. As from May 2013, Krzanich served as chief executive officer (CEO) of Intel.
In this role, Krzanich has been credited for expanding Intel’s offerings beyond central processing units (CPUs) and into other technologies, including 5G wireless networks, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, cloud computing, drones, and wearables. Intel has also explored artificial, augmented, and virtual reality, as well as machine learning, during his tenure.
He announced Intel’s $300 million Diversity in Technology initiative in January 2015, to support the company’s goal of achieving full representation of women and underrepresented minorities in Intel’s U.S. workforce by 2020, and also accelerate diversity and inclusion across the technology industry.
The activities included funding engineering scholarships at historically black colleges and universities, establishing a professional gaming women’s team, and sponsoring female students to attend game developer conferences in partnership with the International Game Developers Association.
In addition to their Diversity in Technology initiative, the company’s Hack Harassment campaign worked to address cyber-bullying. His involvement in politics and Intel’s diversity initiatives meant that the company had to increase personal security funding for him and other colleagues because of received threats.
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Krzanich spoke out against U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive order in January 2017, of banning entry into the country by residents of seven predominantly Muslim nations. He however stood alongside Trump at the White House when announcing a $7 billion investment, in February, in a new factory in Chandler.
The announcement was made just one day after Intel and other companies told a court that they believed The President’s immigration order was unconstitutional. Krzanich expressed support for Trump’s regulatory and tax policies on behalf of the company.
He went on to support transgender rights before and after The President announced the reinstatement of the ban on military service by transgender individuals back in July. He became the third executive to leave the Trump administration’s American Manufacturing Council in 24 hours in August, reason being Trump’s response to the Unite the Right rally. In a post confirming his resignation, he said “promoting American manufacturing ‘should not be a political issue'”.
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He was appointed to be the new chief executive officer and president of CDK Global, on November 7th, 2018, replacing former CEO Brian MacDonald.
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CDK Global Names Brian Krzanich President and Chief Executive Officer
HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CDK Global, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDK), a leading enabler of end-to-end automotive commerce, today announced that Brian Krzanich, 58, former chief executive officer of Intel, has joined CDK Global as president and chief executive officer (CEO) and a member of the Board of Directors (Board).1 Krzanich succeeds Brian MacDonald who will assist in the transition.
“In evaluating the future of CDK, the Board and Brian MacDonald concluded that this is the right time to bring in a proven technology CEO to drive top-line growth and help CDK take full advantage of its many opportunities,” said Leslie Brun, chairman, Board, CDK Global.
“We are thrilled to welcome Brian Krzanich to CDK. With 36 years of experience at Intel, Krzanich combines an exceptional track record of creating shareholder value with exactly the right combination of technology and strategic leadership experience to enable CDK to deliver on its enormous promise. The Board has full confidence that he has the talent and expertise necessary to lead CDK as it pursues a growth strategy.”
Krzanich served as Intel’s CEO from May 2013 to June 2018. As CEO, he led Intel’s corporate strategy and operations, including development of Intel’s business model and identifying emerging technologies. Krzanich joined Intel in 1982, became a corporate vice president in 2006, and served until 2010 as vice president and general manager of Assembly and Test.
He was senior vice president and general manager of Manufacturing and Supply Chain from 2010 to 2012. He became executive vice president and chief operating officer in 2012, responsible for global manufacturing, supply chain, human resources, and information technology.
“CDK has a leadership position in a dynamic and rapidly evolving automotive technology market, and I am energized by the chance to help grow this unique company and take it to the next level,” said Krzanich. “The automotive industry is undergoing changes that will impact and present opportunities for dealers, OEMs, consumers and the technology ecosystem that serves them. I look forward to working closely with the CDK Board, management team and employees to enable CDK to meet its full potential to generate value for all of its stakeholders.”
Brun added, “On behalf of the entire Board, I want to thank Brian MacDonald for the superb progress he has made in transforming CDK operations and cost structure, which has created a solid foundation for future growth and shareholder value-creation.”
“I’m proud of the progress we’ve made at CDK and believe the company is ready to capitalize on the significant opportunities in front of it,” said MacDonald. “Over the past few years, we have met our transformation plan goals and strengthened our commitment to our core products, while significantly improving our ability to meet customer needs.
With the recent acquisition of ELEAD1ONE, CDK has enhanced its core automotive software capabilities and is well positioned for future growth. I am committed to a seamless leadership transition, and I wish Brian and our entire team success.”
Mr. Krzanich and Mr. MacDonald will both participate in the CDK FY19 Q1 earnings call to be held today, Wednesday, November 7, 2018, at 8:30 a.m. ET.