Brian Matthew Krzanich (born May 9, 1960) is an American engineer and businessman currently serving as the chief executive officer of CDK Global. He served as the CEO of Intel from 2013 until his resignation in 2018, following revelations of an extramarital affair with a subordinate. He joined the company as an engineer in 1982 and served as chief operating officer (COO) before being promoted to CEO. As CEO, Krzanich was credited for diversifying Intel's product offerings and workforce. Krzanich has served on the Deere & Co. and Semiconductor Industry Association boards, as well as the Drone Advisory Committee, which advises the Federal Aviation Administration.