Investor Information

Investor Information

Investor materials. Intel's Investor Relations web site contains background on our company and our products, financial information, frequently asked questions, and our online annual report, as well as other useful information. For investor information, including additional copies of our annual report/10-K, 10-Qs, or other financial literature, visit our web site at or call Intel at (408) 765-1480 (U.S.); (44) 1793 403 000 (Europe); (852) 2844 4555 (Hong Kong); (81) 298 47 8511 (Japan).

Intel on NASDAQ. Intel's common stock trades on The NASDAQ Global Select Market* under the symbol INTC.

Direct stock purchase plan. Intel's Direct Stock Purchase Plan allows stockholders to reinvest dividends and purchase Intel common stock on a weekly basis. For more information, contact Intel's transfer agent, Computershare Investor Services, LLC, by phone at (800) 298-0146 (U.S. and Canada) or (312) 360-5123 (worldwide), or by e-mail through Computershare's web site at

Transfer agent and registrar. Computershare Investor Services, LLC, 250 Royall Street, Mail Stop 1A, Canton, MA 02021 USA. Stockholders may call (800) 298-0146 (U.S. and Canada) or (312) 360-5123 (worldwide), or send e-mail through Computershare's web site at with any questions regarding the transfer of ownership of Intel stock.

Independent registered public accounting firm. Ernst & Young LLP, San Jose, California, USA.

The Intel® brand. The Intel brand is consistently ranked as one of the most recognizable and valuable brands in the world. It represents our commitment to moving technology forward and is the embodiment of what we make possible for people everywhere. As the world leader in semiconductor technology, we relentlessly focus on industry leadership, innovation, and growth. Our microprocessors and continuous innovation help extend what people do with technology.

Corporate responsibility disclosure. Detailed information on our corporate responsibility and environmental sustainability performance is published annually each May. Intel's Corporate Responsibility Report, prepared using the Global Reporting Initiative's G3 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, details our strategic priorities and performance on a wide variety of environmental, social, and governance factors, including workplace practices, community engagement, and supply chain responsibility initiatives. The report and supporting materials are available on our web site at

Environmental performance. Intel is a recognized leader in sustainability for the ways we work to minimize the environmental impacts of our operations, and design products that use less harmful materials and are more energy efficient. We believe that technology is fundamental to finding solutions to the world's environmental challenges. In 2009, for the second year in a row, Intel was named a Green Power Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in recognition of our multi-year commitment to purchase more than 1.3 billion kilowatt-hours of renewable energy certificates each year, which represents approximately 50% of Intel's annual U.S. electricity use. As part of our effort to further integrate sustainability into the culture at Intel, we continued to include an environmental component in the formula used to determine the payout for employee variable compensation. We also continued to collaborate with others to drive global standards for products and manufacturing that ensure energy-efficient performance. Complete information is available at

Education initiatives. Intel believes that students everywhere deserve the skills needed to succeed in a knowledge-based economy. As part of our efforts to improve teaching and learning through the effective use of technology, and advance math, science, and engineering education, Intel and the Intel Foundation invest approximately $100 million annually in programs around the world—from professional development for teachers to premier science and engineering fairs. In 2009, we reached more than 1 million teachers through the Intel® Teach Program; since its inception in 1999, Intel Teach has reached more than 7 million teachers in over 50 countries. Complete information is available at

The Intel World Ahead Program extends Intel's efforts to advance progress in accessibility, connectivity, content, and education in the world's developing communities, with a focus on advancing knowledge and skills development, job growth, and quality of life. Our goals also include developing PCs tailored to local needs, driving critical connectivity, cultivating sustainable local capabilities, and providing the education needed to make a difference in people's lives. More information is available at

Governance and ethics. Intel is committed to the highest standards of business ethics and corporate governance. In 2009, Intel became a member of the United Nations Global Compact and published new Human Rights Principles to reinforce our commitment to corporate citizenship. We are also committed to promoting effective governance and responsibility in our supply chain, communicating our expectations to our own suppliers, and working collaboratively with others in our industry through the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition. Our Corporate Governance Guidelines, Code of Conduct, and other related policies are available at

Awards and recognitions. Each year, Intel receives numerous awards and accolades from around the world for our business practices and work in education, environmental sustainability, the community, and overall corporate citizenship. In 2009, Fortune featured Intel in its World's Most Admired Companies and its 25 Top Companies for Leaders lists, and Ethisphere Institute named Intel one of the World's Most Ethical Companies. Intel was included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for the 11th consecutive year, and debuted in the top five in Newsweek's inaugural ranking of the 500 greenest companies in the U.S. Information on additional awards is available at

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