1. Acquisition by an individual; (in the sense of Sections 13(d) (3) or 14 (d) (2) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the „Exchange Act“),) with other companies other than Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. and its associated companies (a „person“) of economic property (as a matter of rule 13d-3 adopted pursuant to the Stock Exchange Act), i.e. more than 33 per cent (33 per cent) or (1) the company`s membership or common shares (the Company Common Stock“) or (2) the combined voting rights of the then outstanding voting rights that generally have the right to vote in the selection of directors (the „Outstanding Company Voting Securities“) (in both cases, including in the context of a business combination); However, provided that the following acquisitions for the purposes of this clause (a) do not constitute a change of control: (A) any acquisition directly of the company, (B) any acquisition by the company, (C) any acquisition by an employee benefits plan (or associated trust) by the company or by a related entity of the business, or by a successor or (D) an acquisition by a company under a transaction that , under (4) (b) (2), (2), (3) and (4) of this definition, below: Although a review of the fiduciary relationship is outside the scope of this section, the executive must understand that the applicability of the amendment to the control agreement may be greater than previously thought. The ERISA component can have a huge influence on how the payment of parachutes is decided. (a) confidentiality. While management is employed by the company or a related company and subsequently while management receives benefits, management may not directly or indirectly disclose confidential information (as defined below) or make available to a person, company, company, association or other organization. After the termination of management`s employment with the company (or a related company), any confidential information held by management and provided to the company in a written or material form (with all copies or duplicates of the company, including computer files) is returned to the company and cannot be retained by management or made available to third parties in any form. , with the exception of the form provided for this purpose; However, provided that the executive is not required to keep confidential or return to the company confidential information that was (i) public at the time of publication to the executive, (ii) be made public or subsequently made public, with the exception of any violation of this Agreement or any other obligation due to the company by a person or entity , or (iii) of the executive, legally disclosed by a third party.