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June 16, 2014
13:45 EDTALTR, MSFT, INTCMicrosoft to use Altera processors for Bing searches, Wired says
Beginning early next year, Microsoft (MSFT) plans to begin utilizing programmable processors from Altera (ALTR) to power some searches on its Bing search engine, according to Wired. The processors will replace processors from Intel (INTC), and may speed up searches, Wired stated. Reference Link
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April 9, 2015
09:06 EDTALTR, INTCIntel ends talks to acquire Altera, CNBC's Faber reports
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09:02 EDTINTC, ALTRAltera talks ended with Intel, CNBC's Faber says
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07:15 EDTMSFTMicrosoft May volatility elevated into Q3 and outlook
Microsoft April call option implied volatility is at 19, May is at 24; compared to its 26-week average of 20 according to Track Data, suggesting large late April price movement into the expected release of Q3 results on April 29.
05:44 EDTINTCIntel sales, margins could bottom in March quarter, says Wells Fargo
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April 8, 2015
20:17 EDTMSFT, INTCAppeals court questions Google in patent dispute with Microsoft, Reuters says
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06:00 EDTMSFTMicrosoft expects Surface shipments to exceed 4M units in 2015, DigiTimes says
Microsoft is expected to have a chance to ship over 4M Surface tablets in 2015 due to its new Surface 3 and Surface Pro series products, reports DigiTimes. According to sources from the upstream supply chain, Microsoft is expected to unveil its next-generation Surface Pro 4 tablet and will enter mass production in June. It will be released along with Windows 10 in 2H15. Reference Link
05:57 EDTALTRAltera implied volatility of 56 at upper end of index
April 7, 2015
15:53 EDTMSFTMicrosoft, Getty Images announce partnership to develop products for Bing
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15:48 EDTMSFTMicrosoft, Getty Images dismiss copyright infringement dispute, Reuters says
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09:57 EDTALTR, INTCAltera negotiations with Intel continue, says dealReporter
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07:52 EDTMSFTHP, Microsoft partnering on solutions for auto, financial services industries
HP (HPQ) announced it is partnering with Microsoft (MSFT) to deliver solutions for the automotive, public sector and financial services industries to help organizations deliver differentiated products and create new revenue through mobile, web and social channels. HP and Microsoft are building a portfolio of business process accelerators and are delivering them as Business Process as-a-Service solutions, HP stated. HP Business Process as-a-Service solutions for Microsoft Dynamics services are available immediately worldwide. Reference Link
06:25 EDTMSFTMicrosoft close to have alternative to Apple Pay, Business Insider reports
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April 6, 2015
17:01 EDTINTCIntel to change financial reporting structure
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15:20 EDTALTRAltera volatility elevated
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10:39 EDTINTCQualcomm falls amid uncertainty about content in flagship Samsung phone
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10:02 EDTMSFTOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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07:45 EDTMSFTMicrosoft upgraded at Wells Fargo
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07:34 EDTMSFTWells Fargo upgrades Microsoft on improved strategic position
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06:31 EDTMSFTMicrosoft upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Wells Fargo
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06:28 EDTMSFTMicrosoft completes latest round of layoffs, Business Insider reports
Microsoft has completed its latest round of layoffs in a move to "remove role overlap, optimize activities and functions, align disciplines with the rest of Microsoft, and, perhaps most importantly, reshape IT for the skills we need to transform," Business Insider reports, citing an email from Chief Information Officer Jim DuBois. A company spokesperson commented that the company believes this will be the "last of the anticipated broad cuts as part of the restructuring plan announced last July." Though it is unclear how many employees were laid off in this round, affected workers are coming from Microsoft's divisions and not focused on former Nokia employees. Reference Link
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