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To say Intel had a good year would be quite an understatement. Admittedly, the company's 2009 results were marred by the European Commission's $1.45-billion fine and its $1.25-billion settlement with AMD. Excluding those charges, Intel says it would have posted net income of $6.6 billion in 2009. No matter how you cut it, though, $11.7 billion is quite a leap forward.

Looking at the ongoing quarter, Intel expects revenue to fall within the rather broad range of $11.1 to $11.9 million, with gross margin to equal 62-66%. As for the ongoing calendar year, Intel is predicting its gross margin will be around 63-67%.
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Intel expects revenue to fall within the rather broad range of $11.1 to $11.9 million, with gross margin to equal 62-66%.
I call poor revision/writting/accuracy
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Well deserved for their excellent processors!
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Well deserved for their excellent processors!
Yep couldn't have done it without completely making up several billion of it through eSys. Or as intel says. The emerging markets are becoming very important. Which I guess that's true from an accounting fraud perspective.

Oh and seagate. You've been bad too haven't you.

Just google frauds of eSys. It's like worldcom to 4th power with an enron on top. Records have been broken. Fraud records that is.
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Yep couldn't have done it without completely making up several billion of it through eSys. Or as intel says. The emerging markets are becoming very important. Which I guess that's true from an accounting fraud perspective.

Oh and seagate. You've been bad too haven't you.

Just google frauds of eSys. It's like worldcom to 4th power with an enron on top. Records have been broken. Fraud records that is.
What are you freaking ranting on about?
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Well deserved for their excellent processors!

sarcasm?
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sarcasm?
How is that sarcasm?
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What are you freaking ranting on about?
Nothing. Just that intel's largest suppliers in asia-pacific market have blacked bulletin boards, won't answer probes and suspected of being paper shell companies. It's been going on since BEFORE the crash. Consumers entrenched before and during the crash. They entrenched even deeper in august 2010. There's only one way to have record breaking sales. Lie about it. What I'm ranting about is quite simple. A large porportion of Intel's sales yet to be determined are lies. They did not happen, they happened but no consumer was involved it was laundered money or empty balance sheet markings with no actual money sent between companies.
Intel is not dominating anything. They aren't getting well deserved kudo's or partially deserved kudo's. They are lying about their success while the banks squeeze AMD to death. And you are not going to hear one peep or word out of it for quite some time. It's been bottled up in the eastern hemisphere and santized as to how it's been presented to western sphere. All the mumbo jumbo about we have serial numbers on atom processors we'll know if there are counterfeits and all that is just trash talk. There's a huge weird movement of who know's what going on in the channel and it's being hidden and dilluted and subverted into all sort of bizarre stupid explanations like fake counterfeit cisco routers and counterfeit this and chinese knock off that. When the most logical answer is that it's all accounting fraud with some counterfeiting cover.
The entire flipping channel was only working towards 6.5 billion a quarter PRE CRASH and you want people to believe it's grown AFTER THE CRASH when the fraud and was happening BEFORE the CRASH. So until invasive freaking audits occur and someone does due dilligence and actually double checks all this. This is nothing but a flipping bad get smart would you believe episode.
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humpty dumpty

fizzle PO TA TO
*looks at sig*

eh, amd user alright...

i also heard intel is stealing our nanometers
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