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The company may even set a five-day employee furlough.
The chipmaker's sees a sequential decline of 6% to 7%.
The company swings to a quarterly loss.
The South Korean chipmaker could decide not to renew its pact with SanDisk.
The company suspended any further forecasts after posting the report.
Sales fall 4%, but margins improve.
The market seems to be saying there's not much left here.
Shares rise after the company swings to a higher-than-expected profit.
Shares rise after the company fares better than most.