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4:18p Intel plans 2010 R&D spending of about $6.2 bln

4:19p Intel sees 2010 capital spending of about $4.8 bln

4:19p Intel expects 2010 gross margin of about 61%

4:20p Intel posts huge profit jump, tops views

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Jeebuz H


These US news scumbags are the worse


All running down to that god forsaken earthquake hell hole


Anything to get some pictures of dead, dismembered or bloody bodies




How come we never get to see any of the same from Iraq&Roll or Afganastain


Makes ya wonder....well, not really

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YOY sales were up 28% to $10.6b, and EPS jumped from $.04 to $.40. Those sure appear to be great numbers.


Here's an interesting slant (which doesn't mean diddly to the after-hours party). If you go back to Q4 of 2007, they earned $10.7b and had EPS of $.41. Check those numbers - 2 years later and nothing has changed. I guess that's good considering we're in a recession.


Back in Jan of '07 when they reported, the stock price was in the $20-22 range (exactly where we are today). 2 years, a financial crisis, a recession, and everything is back to normal. I guess the party is back on. <_<


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