In a wide-ranging interview with The New York Times, Intel CEO Patrick Gelsinger talked about how his faith has informed his career at the chip manufacturer, where he started working at age 18 in an entry-level position. After years rising through the ranks, an executive pushed him out of the company in 2009, Gelsinger told the paper. But he returned as Intel’s CEO, his dream position, in February 2021, almost a year into the global pandemic. Gelsinger “described how Intel hoped to invest as much as $100 billion to build eight factories on the 1,000-acre site over a decade,” making Ohio one of the biggest chip production sites in the world. It would be a marked change for the company that was once a tech stalwart but fell in popularity when it didn’t put chips in smartphones. “We are the company that helped to put silicon into Silicon Valley,” he said. “Today the silicon heartland begins.” Read more in The New York Times.