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2004 Intel Corporate Responsibility ReportReport Scope and Profile This report, addressing Intel’s worldwide operations and facilities, was published in May 2005. The report contains data from 2002 through 2004. Throughout the report, we discuss the management systems used to monitor and collect our data and indicators. Environmental, health, and safety (EHS) data include widely accepted parameters and units. Principles and policies apply to all officers and employees of Intel and its subsidiaries. Financial data is presented in U.S. dollars. The printed report and supplemental web-based content are published in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative* (GRI) 2002 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines. A GRI content table is provided as a cross-reference to the report content. An expanded GRI content table is included in the web version of this report, which is located on the Internet at www.intel.com/intel/finance/gcr04. The previous report was published in May 2004. A full discussion of the company’s operations and financial statements is included in our Form 10-K filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, available on our Investor Relations web site at www.intc.com. Questions, comments or feedback on this report are encouraged. Please contact Dave Stangis, Director of Corporate Responsibility, or Tracy Koon, Director of Corporate Affairs, via mail or e-mail at Responsibility@Intel.com, Intel Corporation, 5000 W. Chandler Blvd., CH7-301, Chandler, Arizona 85226, USA.2004 was a year of ups and downs for Intel and our industry. We had many successes, but also some fairly public product challenges. We took the time and effort in 2004 to refocus on our long-standing Intel Values and how they relate to our company’s operational excellence.Read the full 2004 Intel Corporate Responsibility Report.
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