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The chipmaker will stop chasing the performance-hungry crowd.
The company can't bungle any part of its new Shanghai processor's rollout.
The company also takes down margin forecasts.
The company also tears down its expectations for gross margin.
Microchip and On Semi look to oust their target's board.
Has Capital Group given up on the company?
The company aims to manage costs in a challenging environment.
The company credited better gross margins and better management of operating expenses for its performance.
Paul Otellini sees a downturn lasting two or three quarters.
The company says it will take the nonbinding measure under advisement.