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Marvell's forecast sustains the idea that semiconductor stocks saw their lowest low in late November.
Marvell swings to a loss of $65 million, or 11 cents a share, and reports a 39% decrease in revenue from a year ago.
Adobe shares are up despite a 12% revenue drop and somber second-quarter outlook. The reason: cost-cutting.
Amazon, newly designated as a stock to weather the downturn, warrants a little scrutiny.
Microsoft, crimped by slowing PC sales, is exploring the world of Internet search.
Altera revises its first-quarter sales to fall 15% to 20% sequentially from the fourth quarter, up from a 15% to 25% drop.
After another dismal report about chip sales, investors need to figure out what finding the bottom means for their stocks.
Dell, which has seen demand plummet since last fall, didn't offer a specific forecast for the first quarter now underway, but its generalities weren't inspiring.