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The chip maker posted strong earnings and an overall bullish outlook, but forecast a lower gross margin for the third-quarter.
Intel Corp. shares dropped Friday after nearly a third of the analysts covering the stock cut their price targets as strong earnings did little to distract from signs that smaller rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. keeps on bleeding market share away from the chip maker.
Two major chipmakers this week gave very different views of whether soaring demand for semiconductors will start to ease in the second half of the year, and it may take another round of earnings next week to settle the question. Texas Instruments on Wednesday gave a third-quarter sales forecast that was essentially flat, with company executives declining to say what the year's final quarter might look like, a hint that orders might be slowing. By contrast, Intel Corp on Thursday raised its full-year forecast, with Chief Executive Pat Gelsinger saying it could take the chip industry two years to catch up with "explosive demand" and predicting that a boom in PC sales driven by pandemic work-from-home arrangements would carry through next year.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. enters its next earnings report more of a threat to its larger rival Intel Corp. as it has ever been, where the question has become how much market share can the smaller company snatch before the larger one can right its own ship.
Microsoft is due to report fiscal-fourth-quarter results on Tuesday. Analysts are predicting big things for the stock.
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Schlumberger, a technology company that partners with customers to access energy, reported better-than-expected earnings in the second and issued an optimistic outlook for this year as higher oil prices boosted the company’s demand.
Uber Technologies Inc. acknowledged Friday it had been showing drivers lower fares than what riders actually paid, and promised to change the practice while saying it was all due to the new California law the company spent tens of millions of dollars to pass.
(Reuters) -A U.S. federal judge has ruled that Lithium Americas Corp may conduct excavation work at its Thacker Pass lithium mine site in Nevada, denying a request from environmentalists who said the digging could harm sage grouse and other wildlife. The ruling marked a rare win for a U.S. critical minerals project as environmental groups increasingly pressure courts and regulators to block mining projects, even if they produce metals key to building electric vehicles. Chief Judge Miranda Du of the federal court in Reno, Nevada, said late on Friday that the digging - needed to determine whether the land holds historical import for Native Americans - may proceed while she determines the broader question of whether former President Donald Trump's administration erred when it approved the project in January.
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The transition is hardly noticeable yet on showroom floors, but industry resources have shifted rapidly. “We’re trying to make things change pretty quickly,” said a GM software expert.
More than a third of workers (37%) are either thinking of leaving their current jobs or are already preparing to make the move, according to a Yahoo Finance/Harris Poll survey.
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Uber (NYSE: UBER) is pushing down the gas pedal on its new grocery delivery business. Uber's grocery delivery service is now available in 400 cities across the United States. Despite entering many markets after rivals Instacart and DoorDash (NYSE: DASH), Uber has the advantage of millions of users already using its app.
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