Programmable chipmaker Altera ALTR is scheduled to announce second-quarter results after the market close Monday. We expect the firm to post slight revenue growth for the quarter; we are interested to learn about its outlook for the third quarter. In its earnings announcement last week, rival ...
Altera ALTR reaffirmed its third-quarter revenue guidance during its regular midquarter update Tuesday. Because of the ongoing review of historic options granting practices, Altera delayed the filing of its annual financials for 2005 and quarterly financials for the first two quarters of 2006. More ...
Infrastructure buildouts mean higher demand for Altera's programmable logic devices.
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