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Intel further expands Costa Rica operations

Intel Corporation will increase its planned Costa Rica investment to $600 million and hire 600 people in the process, the company announced.

Intel restarting assembly operations in Costa Rica, investing $350 million

Intel Corporation will invest $350 million over the next three years to restart assembly operations in Costa Rica. 

Intel Costa Rica names Ileana Rojas as new site GM

Intel Costa Rica has 100% Costa Rican leadership for the first time.

Intel cuts 12,000 jobs, forecast misses amid PC market decline

Intel Corp., the world's biggest maker of semiconductors, said it will cut 12,000 jobs, or 11 percent of its workforce, retrenching as the personal-computer market heads toward a fifth year of decline.

Intel’s Vince Guglielmetti wants more Costa Rican engineers

What started as a manufacturing plant now handles finance, HR, engineering and more for the silicon giant. The company's biggest challenge now is finding enough Costa Rican talent in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math to continue to grow.

Intel transforms 1,500 blue-collar jobs into 2,000+ white-collar positions

While Intel closed its assembly and shipping facility in Belén in 2014, eliminating 1,500 jobs, the company now has more, better-paid full time employees here, and the company plans to increase its payroll in Costa Rica.

From classrooms to the office, Intel addresses high-tech gender gap in Costa Rica

Intel Costa Rica is taking on a worthy challenge: getting more women into engineering careers, starting with elementary-school classrooms.

Intel says there is no US pay gap between men and women at the chipmaker

On Wednesday, Intel released what in some ways has become de rigueur for a technology company: Its annual report on diversity.

Costa Rica exports down 15 percent in 2015, mostly thanks to Intel exit

The total value of Costa Rican export goods fell by 15 percent last year, though most of that decline is attributed to the 2014 exit of chipmaker Intel.

Employers looking to fill 3,000 vacant jobs at CINDE fair next month

The 12th edition of the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE) Job fair takes place Feb. 19-21 at the Antigua Aduana, east of downtown San José. Here's what you need to know.

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