Intel is trying to get its paws on America's finest minds after investing
huge amounts of cash in plants in foreign parts.
Sillicon Valley Intel's director for Global Public Policy Peter Cleveland
told the Hill that the semiconductor manufacturer has always tried to hire
Americans but has not been able to find enough qualified homegrown engineers for
its high-level projects.
He said that Intel was an American success story and he wanted more American
Cleveland said he hired 43,000 American workers. "We produce one of the most
complex products on earth and we do it in America," he claimed. Well they also
make a fair chunk in Israel and the Far East but don't let facts get in the way
of some flag waiving.