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Positive data points indicate the chipmaker will paint a bright picture in its midquarter update.
The giant is stumbling, along with its stock, as it becomes clear that its dominance finally, fully, is in decline.
Raised guidance and a deal with AOL spike the antivirus software maker's shares after hours.
Earnings are solid, and guidance for the fourth quarter is bullish.
The company will acquire Australia's Tech Pacific for about $493 million.
Celestica's warning revives questions about the supply/demand equation in techland.
The big unresolved point: whether the economic softness in midsummer was a blip or a trend.
Better-than-expected news from Intel, on jobs and from Bush could spur a sharp rally.
A disappointing report from Vishay negates good work coming from elsewhere in the sector.
The IT services giant sticks to its April guidance and remains in line with analysts' forecasts.
It shows you can miss money by being too gloomy, and breaks the pattern of stocks sliding on good news.
The market is ignoring this good data point and letting the sector languish further.
The company more than beats expectations as the weak dollar fuels strong European sales.
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