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2005 Intel Corporate Responsibility Report2005 was a year of significant change for Intel. In addition to evolving our business strategy and reinvigorating our brand, we have taken a more focused approach to corporate responsibility. We have worked to more clearly define what corporate responsibility means to Intel, and we met with stakeholders in formal and informal feedback sessions to clarify the key corporate responsibility issues for the company.After taking a hard look at what we believe in, we confirmed that at Intel, corporate responsibility means achieving business success in ways that honor our ethical values and demonstrate respect for people and the planet. Our actions follow certain guiding principles:• Operate with integrity and transparency• Strengthen our communities• Improve people’s lives through technologyWe also clarified the way we communicate both our commitment and our performance. In transitioning from the previous title of Global Citizenship Report to Corporate Responsibility Report, we better reflect both our approach to business and the way we interact with our many stakeholders around the world.Our dialogues with stakeholders also offered important feedback on the way we approach the report’s format. As a result of their input, we dove deeper in many content areas by expanding our report information online. This year, our report focuses on three areas most material to Intel’s corporate responsibility efforts: the environment, education and community.Read the full 2005 Intel Corporate Responsibility Report.
Training 125 girls and 450 rural kids on Intel-powered PCs to inspire learning and education.
Intel helps source conflict-free minerals for consumer devices and improve miners’ lives.
International science fair finalist uses cellulose as an energy source.
Training students and teachers to use Intel-based classmate PCs to expand education opportunities.
Helping set up classrooms, Intel volunteers also gave 24 teachers $1,000 to replace materials.
Video: Intel New Mexico food bank volunteers experiment to redesign working time and flow balance.