Intel's executive shakeup under CEO Pat Gelsinger continued Monday, when it appointed a new CFO and replaced the departing head of its client computing group.
David Zinsner will take over as the company’s finance chief, replacing George Davis who will retire from Intel in May. Zinsner previously served as CFO of Micron Technology, which said that it had begun a search for his replacement. Intel also said that Gregory Bryant, head of the company’s client computing group, plans to leave the company at the end of January after 30 years “for a new opportunity.” Bryant will be replaced by Michelle Johnston Holthaus.
Under Gelsinger, Intel has restructured the organization, and shaken up the executive team. Last year, Intel hired former VMware executive Greg Lavender as CTO. The company’s head of its data systems group, Navin Shenoy, also left the company last year, among other notable changes.