Sean Maloney was expected to take over as CEO of Intel someday when disaster struck in the form of a stroke in 2010. He'd been a key player in many phases of the company's growth and suddenly he was learning to speak again.
Maloney, 58 and now retired from Intel, is devoted to the cause of stroke and heart disease awareness. In March he started a bike trip across the United States to New York to draw attention to the cause. He spoke with the San Jose Mercury News the day before he left, as he assembled his brand new It...
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