Sean Maloney, a Prominent Intel Pitchman, Plans to Retire

Sean Maloney, an Intel Corp. executive vice president once seen as a potential candidate to lead the chip maker, plans to retire in January, the company said.

Mr. Maloney, 56 years old, suffered a stroke in 2010 that temporarily sidelined him from management roles. But he recovered sufficiently to assume the position of chairman of Intel China and make public appearances in Asia, where he had long helped to build the company’s relationships with makers and buyers of personal computers. He has lived in Beijing since July 2011.

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