Originally Posted by ebolamonkey3
Actually, it should be much higher than that.
Out of $54B revenue, net income $12.9B (23.9%). But if you add in the $14.1B Intel spent on repurchasing stocks and the $4.1B they paid out in dividends, Intel actually would've made $31.1B in net income (57.6%). That's actually makes more sense since profit margins for Intel's processors are around 65%.
The profit margin on all Intel products are around 60%. That's their target.
Originally Posted by Riou
Any economists on OCN that can explain these numbers to the laypeople?
Revenue - how much they sold
Gross Margin - how much they made per product
Operating Income - how much they made after subtracting production, R&D, CS, etc costs
Net Income - how much they made after subtraction operating costs (above) plus financing, taxes, etc costs
Earnings Per Share - Net income / number of stock shares
Q4 Business unit revenue:
Intel® Atom™ microprocessor and chipset revenue of $167 million, down 57 percent year-over-year.
Full Year Business unit revenue:
Intel Atom microprocessor and chipset revenue of $1.2 billion, down 25% from 2010.
ARM is killing Atom.Edited by DuckieHo - 1/20/12 at 1:36pm