52.08 +0.10 (0.19%)
After hours: 7:51PM EDT
|Bid||52.00 x 800|
|Ask||52.07 x 800|
|Day's Range||51.06 - 52.01|
|52 Week Range||34.38 - 57.60|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.54|
|Earnings Date||Jul 26, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.20 (2.31%)|
|1y Target Est||58.87|
Jul.19 -- European Union Ambassador to the United States David O'Sullivan discusses the impact of U.S. auto tariffs as the EU prepares retaliation measures ahead of a meeting with President Donald Trump. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
CNBC's Jon Fortt looks at how companies survive a scandal and avoid a public relations crisis in the age of digital technology.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on Intel celebrating its 50th anniversary and the process of finding a new chief executive officer after the departure of Brian Krzanich.
BRUSSELS—Fining Google $5 billion is one thing, making it stick is another. Google parent Alphabet Inc. said within hours Wednesday of the European Union decision that it would appeal the antitrust fine for abusing the dominance of Google’s Android operating system. Alphabet faces an uphill battle with its appeal—but maybe not an insurmountable one, say lawyers and legal scholars, citing a court ruling involving Intel Corp. last year.
The European Union regulators slap Alphabet, Inc.'s (GOOGL) Google with an antitrust fine of 4.34 billion euro ($5 billion) for illegally using its android software to suppress competition.
Intel Corporation today announced that its board of directors has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.30 per share on the company’s common stock.
The chief executives of three semiconductor companies have stepped down in the span of one month, in what appears to be a #MeToo-inspired and long-overdue reckoning for the male-dominated industry.
Over the last few weeks Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), Papa John’s (NASDAQ:PZZA) and Texas Instruments (NYSE:TXN) have all gotten rid of their high-priced CEOs, but their stocks have barely budged. Brian Krzanich of Intel and Brian Crutcher of Texas Instruments were both let go for violating their employers’ codes of conduct. Krzanich had an affair with an employee.
(Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc appointed Ruby Zefo as chief privacy officer and Simon Hania as data protection officer, a company spokeswoman told Reuters on Wednesday. The ride-hailing company ...
Megh computing makes software that makes it easier for enterprise customers to use FPGA accelerators for real-time analytics.
EBay Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY) runs one of the largest and most successful e-commerce platforms that connects buyers and sellers across the world. The company's site allows sellers to operate online stores and sell items directly to buyers. The company, which was founded in 1995, has also developed and acquired several online marketplaces including StubHub and Classifieds.
Chipmaker Intel (INTC) is reportedly making efforts to focus on growth opportunities beyond its CPUs, and the acquisition of small custom chipmaker eASIC is a step towards this end. The 120-person company, eASIC, makes customizable eASIC chips that can be used in wireless and cloud environments. The companies didn’t disclose the financial terms of the deal.
Late Monday, chipmakers Intel Corp. ( INTC) and Micron Technology Inc. ( MU) announced that they plan to part ways over their 3D XPoint memory technology. The end of the joint venture (JV) came as little surprise on the Street, given that the two semiconductor manufacturers said earlier this year that they were ending their NAND flash memory chip partnership, as noted by Barron's. Still, Micron bulls say that there's reason to celebrate the break up as Micron builds its own 3D XPoint products by 2019. Intel's VP of "non-volatile memory solutions" told Barron's that the goals of the two firms were diverging, leading up to the conclusion of their alliance.
Evercore ISI analyst C.J. Muse cited the company's delays in moving to its next-generation chip manufacturing technology to keep up with rivals such as Advanced Micro Devices Inc. ( AMD) and NVIDIA Corp. ( NVDA). To add to investor uncertainty, Muse noted that Intel's search for a new CEO after the surprise resignation of Brian Krzanich brings some risk to the stock. (See also: Why Intel Stock May Plunge 15% Further.) Intel: Losing Manufacturing Advantages? In June, Intel's former CEO stepped down due to an alleged infraction of the firm's nonfraternization policy that stemmed from a consensual relationship.
Crutcher, who worked at Texas Instruments for 22 years, had been serving as CEO for just six weeks. Texas Instruments, which reported preliminary second-quarter results Tuesday, said the resignation was not related to company strategy, financial reporting or operations. "For decades, our company's core values and code of conduct have been foundational to how we operate and behave, and we have no tolerance for violations of our code of conduct," Mark Blinn, lead director of the TI board, said in a statement.
Semiconductor stocks have been the subject of unpredictable volatility so far this year, but with secular trends like the Internet of Things still on the rise, it is still an interesting time to be discovering chipmakers. With that said, we've found three already-strong stocks that are looking to benefit even more from further IoT growth in 2018!
What’s New: In celebration of Intel’s 50th anniversary, the company flew 2,018 Intel® Shooting Star™ drones over its Folsom, California, facility, setting a new Guinness World Records™ title for the most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously.
What’s the right solution then, when allowing some workplace romance seems dubious and an all-out ban isn't practical?
Each day, Benzinga takes a look back at a notable market-related moment that occurred on this date. What Happened? On this day 50 years ago, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC ) was founded. Where The Market ...