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July 3, 2014
06:41 EDTINTCIntel to pay $144,000 fine, adopt compliance plan from FCC, WSJ reports
Intel has agreed to pay the FCC $144,000 and adopt a three-year compliance plan after an investigation found the company operated prototype wireless devices without FCC clearance, reports the Wall Street Journal. According to a consent decree filed with the FTC, the company had reported to the FCC it may have violated the agency's rules and subsequently identified the prototype digital device models it operated without authorization. Reference Link
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January 15, 2015
18:02 EDTINTCIntel says shipped chips into 46M tablets in 2014
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16:42 EDTINTCIntel CFO says corporate PC demand growth likely to slow, consumer to improve
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16:08 EDTINTCIntel down 2% following Q4 results, guidance
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16:08 EDTINTCIntel sees FY15 revenue growth in mid-single digits, consensus $59.19B
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16:06 EDTINTCIntel CEO says Q4 a 'strong finish to a record year'
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16:05 EDTINTCIntel reports Q4 gross margin 65.4%
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16:04 EDTINTCIntel reports Q4 PC Client Group revenue $8.9B, down 3% sequentially, up 3% YoY
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16:02 EDTINTCIntel sees Q1 revenue $13.7B, plus or minus $500M, consensus $13.77B
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16:01 EDTINTCIntel reports Q4 EPS 74c, consensus 66c
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15:14 EDTINTCNotable companies reporting after market close
Notable companies reporting after the market close, with earnings consensus, include Intel (INTC), consensus 66c; Schlumberger (SLB), consensus $1.46; Bank of the Ozarks (OZRK), consensus 41c; People's United (PBCT), consensus 21c; Wintrust Financial (WTFC), consensus 77c.
15:02 EDTINTCEarnings Preview: Jefferies refutes bear case on Intel
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14:14 EDTINTCIntel technical notes ahead of earnings
The shares have been in a sideways consolidation pattern for the past two months which could become an active, in this case bullish, symmetrical triangle pattern. That pattern would be confirmed and active at or above $37.75. Upside potential for the pattern at a minimum would be to the $40 area. On good news and strong guidance, that pattern could trigger. If the news disappoints, that potential pattern could become void. A move below $36 would destroy the pattern's potential. Next downside levels based on support could be at $35.26, $34.23, and $32.54.
13:29 EDTINTCIntel January 36.5 straddle priced for 3.8% movement into Q4
06:27 EDTINTCIntel to partner with more IT players for Internet of Things, DigiTimes reports
Intel (INTC) is preparing to team up with more IT firms such as AT&T (T), Verizon (VZ), Cisco (CSCO), SAP (SAP), and Microsoft (MSFT) in order to expand the Internet of Things industry in 2015, reports DigiTimes. According to sources from the upstream supply chain, Intel has been playing an active role in helping Taiwan build its smart city infrastructure and has also cooperated with Chunghwa Telecom to develop the IoT and cloud computing applications. Reference Link
January 14, 2015
11:23 EDTINTCIntel lower after report says Apple may displace chips in Macs
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11:01 EDTINTCAnalyst says Apple may replace Intel chips in Macs, AppleInsider reports
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08:18 EDTINTCIntel Q4 revenue likely to be at high end of guidance range, says Pacific Crest
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07:46 EDTINTCIntel January volatility elevated into Q4 and outlook
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06:29 EDTINTCCompanies reach new deal on worker hiring issue, Reuters says
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06:16 EDTINTCIntel to expand 2-in-1 reference design to 12.5-inch display, DigiTimes says
Intel has expanded its $349-$399 2-in-1 devices' reference design to cover 12.5-inch display products, reports DigiTimes. Citing sources from notebook makers, the expansion will likely heat up competition in the 12-inch IT product segment. Reference Link
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