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Serena Williams latest athlete to get technical as Intel continues its push into sports

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 04 / 24 / 17

Tech giant Intel has scored a “Serena Slam” of its own. The company on April 30 will introduce a TV spot featuring tennis star Serena Williams, winner of 23 Grand Slam singles titles. Williams is the fourth top athlete to appear in the company’s humorous ads, joining Olympian Mi...

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