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The Intel-Mobileye combine is pulling the right strings to make a dent in autonomous driving technology.
Rating Action: Moody's assigns A1 rating to Intel's proposed senior unsecured debt; outlook stable. Global Credit Research- 06 Dec 2017. New York, December 06, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service, assigned ...
Categories: Fundamental Analysis Yahoo FinanceClick here to see latest analysis Capitalcube gives Mobileye NV a score of 82. Our analysis is based on comparing Mobileye NV with the following peers – Seagate Technology PLC, Synaptics Incorporated, Super Micro Computer, Inc. and Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (STX-US, SYNA-US, SMCI-US and MRVL-US). Investment Outlook Mobileye NV has a fundamental score of ... Read more (Read more...)
As semiconductor stocks stall from moving to new highs, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is not moving in either direction. Despite offering a dividend yielding around 3.1% and a stock valued at a forward price-to-earnings of 11 times, Intel may suit patient value investors. Intel is not the only deep-value semiconductor play.
Intel Corporation and Mobileye N.V. today announced the expiration of the subsequent offering period of Intel’s previously announced tender offer to purchase all of the outstanding ordinary shares of Mobileye.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) hasn’t had a bad 2017 by any measure. At 11% gains year-to-date, AMD stock is about a percentage point ahead of the S&P 500. AMD shares have had a somewhat strange year, though, best exemplified by their trading over the past four months.
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Teams Up with Leading ADAS Manufacturer Mobileye to Capture China's Market HONG KONG , Aug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cogobuy Group ("Cogobuy" or the "Company", stock code: 400.HK; with ...
Teams Up with Leading ADAS Manufacturer Mobileye to Capture China's Market HONG KONG , Aug. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cogobuy Group ("Cogobuy" or the "Company", stock code: 400.HK; with ...
Mobileye NV (NYSE:MBLY) — recently acquired by Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) — will be building self-driving vehicles. The company will team up with its parent company’s Automated Driving Group (ADG) in order to develop 100 self-driving vehicles as part of a test. “With Mobileye, Intel emerges as a leader in creating the technology foundation that the automotive industry needs for an autonomous future,” said Intel CEO Brian Krzanich in a statement.
Intel Corporation (INTC) has become the latest tech company to announce plans to build self-driving cars as it tries to stay ahead of competition from Qualcomm (QCOM) and Nvidia (NVDA).
Intel said that it will begin building a fleet of level 4 fully autonomous vehicles for testing in the U.S., Israel, and Europe.
Intel recently announced they have completed the acquisition of Mobileye. Mobileye develops sensors and cameras for Advanced Driver Assisted Systems (ADAS). Completing this acquisition puts Intel squarely in the end-to-end “driver's seat” for what they estimate to be a $70B industry by 2030.
The chipmaker has succeeded in acquiring the minimum 84% stake required to purchase autonomous driving tech outfit Mobileye.
In an effort to mop up outstanding shares, Intel will enhance its offer in order to purchase Israeli tech company Mobileye.
Computer chip maker Intel Corp has further extended its offer to buy out remaining shareholders of Mobileye NV after securing 84 percent of the acquisition target's shares, the two companies said on Tuesday. Intel and Mobileye said they had begun a follow-up offering period which is scheduled to expire at 11:59 PM New York time on Aug. 21, or 0359 GMT on Aug. 22. This could be extended by five business days or more to maximise the number of minority shareholders who accept the offer.
Intel Corporation and Mobileye N.V. today announced the completion of Intel’s tender offer for outstanding ordinary shares of Mobileye, a global leader in the development of computer vision and machine learning, data analysis, localization and mapping for advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving.
Intel is constantly moving further into the driverless car world as it tries to expand revenue beyond PC chip sales.
JERUSALEM, Israel, Aug. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- (MBLY) – Mobileye N.V. ("Mobileye" or the "Company"), the global leader in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and autonomous driving technologies, today announced that on July 31, 2017 the Korea Fair Trade Commission approved the previously announced all cash tender offer by Cyclops Holdings, LLC ("Cyclops"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intel Corporation ("Intel"), to purchase all of the outstanding ordinary shares of Mobileye pursuant to the Purchase Agreement, dated as of March 12, 2017, by and among Intel, Cyclops and Mobileye (the "Purchase Agreement").
Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO, talks about the company's acquisition on Mobileye and its leadership role in the competitive marketplace of self-driving cars.