Oregon Live writes Intel just saw the departure of another top executive. Kim Stevenson was promoted just last August to be vice president and chief operating officer of the chip giant's Client and Internet of Things Businesses and Systems Architecture (CISA) unit.
Her role was to oversee Intel's PC business, its mobile division and the Internet of Things unit. Stevenson writes on Twitter that she's "on to new adventures" but didn't reveal specifics.
In an internal memo, Intel president Murthy Renduchintala says he's looking at options for filling her role:
In a note to employees announcing the departure last week, Intel President Murthy Renduchintala wrote that Stevenson brought "passion, operational excellence, leadership and industry savvy" to her job.
"I am excited for Kim as she embarks on her next journey, but find it difficult to see a strong leader leave," Renduchintala wrote. He said he is looking at options for filling her role.
As Oregon Live reports, Intel has seen quite a number of high-level changes over the last two years:
Intel's executive ranks have been in a state of flux since the middle of 2015, when Intel President Renee James left the company. In the 18 months since the chipmaker has replaced many of its top managers, naming a new president, chief financial officer, chief information officer and, late last month, a new head of human resources.