First-quarter earnings show that the firm's turnaround is legitimate.
Programmable chipmakers make good long-term tech holdings-ùespecially after their solid quarter.
Strong growth and margins made fiscal second-quarter earnings delicious.
Deconstructing Intel's income statement reveals that, far from being a blowout quarter, its March quarter was something of a stretch.
Quarterly results were strong, and valuation is getting compelling.
First-quarter performance was business as usual.
Chipmaker's shares are beginning to look attractive.
First-quarter earnings were as expected, despite weak demand.
Chipmaker's first-quarter earnings obliterate analyst estimates.
The lingering aftermath of Y2K may have taken its toll on the industry.
Weak margins in the firm's mobile-phone unit are a concern.
Motorola leads off by topping earnings estimate.
Company announces major outsourcing deal with Nortel.
Memory chipmaker's second-quarter results come in far below estimates.
Company posts solid results despite continued component shortages.
Improved results mean the chip company's shares are worth a look.
Chipmaker aims to boost dominance in hot-growth markets.
Earnings roar ahead for king of the chip-equipment industry.
But the worst of the PC maker's recent problems seem to be over.
The new leader in domestic PC market share preannounced earnings, and they ain't pretty.
The fourth quarter was not exceptional for Compaq, with sales actually decreasing from a year ago. Still, the PC maker was able to beat consensus earnings estimates by 19%.
Strong demand for wireless chips propelled fourth-quarter earnings.
Despite chip shortages, the firm's earnings met revised estimates.
Earnings were far better than expected, and Steve Jobs is flying high--literally.
The PC chip maker obliterates earnings estimates by $0.42 per share.
Xilinx, RF Micro, and Broadcom all announce strong quarters.
Intel lived on low inventories throughout the fourth quarter. Still, the company managed to muster a solid quarter.
The top player in the semiconductor-equipment food chain just got bigger.
Vitesse's earnings results came in on target based on first-quarter estimates, while growth continues to motor at an impressive clip.
Gateway's warning of a revenue shortfall couldn't have come at a worse time with the holidays having just passed, but the news should not affect the company's long-term outlook.
With its history of meeting expectations, it has almost become a given that Dell will outperform its peers.
Cisco put to rest fears that Y2K would damage first-quarter results.
The semiconductor industry is beginning to move full-speed ahead. According to the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), the chip industry is expected to grow by more than 20% for the next couple