She's been in charge of running the company for two years. Now she's responsible for financing and marketing as well. She's already failed several times. She'll fail in new ways. And the "design wins" she announced were ambiguous and lame.
Hardware goes obsolete in three months these days and AMD is locked into those platforms for years before a refresh is due. AMD's "monopoly" is a clear case of "be careful what you wish for."
They last announced on the 29th of July, so panic on the 23rd of October is unnecessary.
No PR from the company announcing when they'd be released. PR could come tomorrow or next week, earnings next week or the week after, or later. Up to them. Yahoo just adds 3 months to the last date, because Yahoo is a bunch of idiots.
Intel increased PC sales this year. PCs have bottomed. Touchscreens and slow cores aren't for real work.
AMD is going to get lapped yet again.
7% of the clowns have exited the company. 10,000 clowns remain.
And nobody's laughing any more.
It will be significantly lower than last year when the consoles were new. You can get Intel laptops with better specs. Play your games and do your homework and surf the web for pr0n and troll the message boards all with the same piece of machinery. Nobody with a brain is angling for a game machine this xmas. They're the old and busted this year.
Dude. 2.0-2.4 GHz and a 1-4 MB cache? That's not a premium computing device, it's a lead weight.
Saddling employees with poorly performing tools that require extra maintenance is against company policy everywhere.
Keep showing your ignorance of the most basic facets of this industry, and I'll keep burying your money in more of your money.
I will never have to cover.
The 1.25B was to settle a lawsuit regarding outlandish claims of anticompetitive practices. Nothing to do with IP licensing. They won't get anything from Intel.
Keep misreading things and keep buying this junk.
I will never have to cover.
Unless they plan to do work only with ancient designs, then they're lying to you. But since I've already pointed this out to you, then you're just lying to us. Keep banging your head on that caps-lock key. It can't hurt cement.
If AGNC were still a SPO machine I'd agree, but the BV/SP climate makes it just another savings bank right now, and calming the tape by increasing the ex-div frequency just reinforces that. It's lost the magic it used to have as the bucking bronco in the sector. I actually shifted all my equity out of it and into volatility ETNs a little while ago, and it was a huge win. When the splashing slows down I'll think about rolling back into high-yield issues. Turn the roller-coaster profits into a nice paycheck.
So the creditors will be paid this $billion while the company is in receivership.