1) Manufacture the K6-2 to high yield and bin split: EEEK! Not only did AMD have trouble here, but the announced that the problems were fixed when, in fact, they weren't. No points.
2) Ramp the K6-3. The K6-3 on low-end applications matches the speed of the Pentium III. It, however, can't match the 3D / floating point of the P3. It does, however, give AMD it's first chip viable for small business. Yield has been very low to date because of the complexity of the chip (prevailing wisdom is that it has nearly twice the number of transistors of the P3, most of the difference being in hard to yield cache), and the release has been seriously delayed. No points.
3) Increase market share: AMD continues to gain incrimentally in the retail market, though the business market still seems somewhat out-of-reach. In a major coup, AMD has released faster (at least in terms of MHz) mobile chips than INTC. I don't normally do it, but I'll give AMD 1.5 points here.
4) Learn the meaning of the word Profit: Major loss this quarter. No points.
5) Maintain high yield. No points here either.
So while AMD has a couple of high points, it's generally been another miserable quarter.