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The Consumer Electronics Show is known for whiz-bang gadgets and the latest tech wizardry. But the world's biggest maker of computer processors — Intel — made a different kind of announcement this year. Its processors are free of so-called "conflict minerals." Intel's supply chain management director, Carolyn Duran, leads the company's conflict minerals program. She tells Audie Cornish how they've done it.
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