By Aurium Investments : Intel ( INTC ) released earnings this week. This analysis looks at Intel's operations by segment to come up with a sum-of-the-parts valuation. PC Client Group (PCCG) The PC client group (PCCG), which represents over 60% of revenue and virtually all of its operating income,
By Mark Hibben : AMD ( AMD ) rewarded investors' patience with an after-hours pop of about 5% following its calendar 2014 Q1 earnings release . AMD posted strong revenue growth of 28% y/y to $1.4 billion, beating analysts' consensus of $1.34 billion. AMD also posted an operating profit of $49 ...
look reveals a well-positioned brand to benefit from growth of latest generation gaming consoles, Xbox One by Microsoft ( MSFT ) and PlayStation4 by Sony ( SNE ). The stock should benefit as the revenues grow with expanding product Complete
Microsoft ( MSFT ) has sold over 5M Xbox One computer gaming consoles to retail shops since launching the device in November, well below the more
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services backlog. SAP missed Q1 estimates due to a mixture of forex pressure and light software license revenue . Microsoft ( MSFT -1.4% ), whose enterprise software ops compete against both IBM (middleware, databases, developer tools
By Tri Duong : Investors should look at the whole picture for AMD beyond the current quarter. With Advanced Micro Devices' ( AMD ) Quarterly Earnings Report for Q1 2014, many investors may be nervous or anxious not knowing what to expect. AMD had beaten analyst estimates previously, but stock ...
every other mutual fund company of a certain size. However, Nuveen would also be pleasantly profitable if it were owned by Microsoft , or (as was recently the case) by a private equity firm. What makes Nuveen more useful for TIAA-CREF than for other
outlandish dot-com’s and stuck to what they called the “pick-ax” companies like Cisco (CSCO) and Microsoft ( MSFT ). It kept their losses down to 50-80% in the 2000-2002 bear market, while the most egregious stocks disappeared
rapidly as well, and rivals such as Microsoft and Google are doing their utmost to play catch-up. Amazon, Microsoft , and Google all recently announced ..... run on white-label hardware, and Microsoft is reportedly thinking of going down