Intel Earnings: What to Expect Going Forward
Intel has been one of the few tech companies to benefit from emerging markets, although its recent earnings announcement came as a disappointment. Slowing PC sales and European economic troubles hurt the chipmaker. Investors should look for Intel to break into the mobile market to shake off its recent underperformance.
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