On Top Of A Growth Engine

Back in July 2009, Intel asserted that the young recovery of 2009 would be anything but lackluster.

On Tuesday, the leaders of the chip giant re-asserted their claims for 2010 and beyond.

Paul Otellini, Intel’s CEO, told analysts that its earnings per share and revenue should grow at an average annual rate in the . . . → Read More: On Top Of A Growth Engine

Intel Posts Explosive Earnings Up 875%: Continues Massive Momentum

Intel posted a fourth-quarter net income of $2.3 billion, up 875% over its report last year at this time. Record revenues came in at $10.6 billion, up 28% year over year. Further the company yet again boosted its revenue guidance saying it expects first quarter revenue of $9.30 billion to $10.10 billion. The consensus . . . → Read More: Intel Posts Explosive Earnings Up 875%: Continues Massive Momentum

Lackluster Recovery? Not According to Intel

Many economists have claimed that as recovery begins in the current economic cycle that the rebound will be lifeless.

However several economists and indices argue that many times deeper than average recessions are followed by a significant economic rebounds.

As this current earnings seasons begins, Intel agrees. On Tuesday the technology leader boosted its . . . → Read More: Lackluster Recovery? Not According to Intel