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LSI CEO Discusses Q3 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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Intel's expectation for third-quarter gross margin is now 66%, lower than the previous expectation of 67%, but analysts say that 66% is still 'hot.'
Wind River, a world leader in embedded and mobile software, and LSI Corporation (NYSE:LSI), a leading provider of innovative silicon, systems and software technologies, today announced a multi-year strategic...
Semiconductor specialist Inphi is the latest tech company to file for IPO, and hopes to raise $115 million by taking the public plunge.
Bears extend play on AMB Property, Nasdaq trends lower and the VIX rises going into settlement .
Nike upgraded at FBR; target, estimates raised at Citi, Barclays and Goldman.
Several stocks trading near $5 were moving on above-average volume during Wednesday's session.
LSI expects first-quarter revenue of $620 million to $640 million, above analysts' forecasts. It sees non-GAAP net income of 7 cents to 11 cents a share.
QLogic has slapped Emulex with a lawsuit, accusing its rival of false advertising, unfair competition and trade libel.
Emulex chalks up more clients for its server and storage technology, according to CEO Jim McCluney.
Several stocks trading near $5 were poised to move on above-average volume during Thursday's session.
Cramer says those investors who are selling this stock are making a mistake.
Cramer says an improving economy means stocks will be heading higher.
Chip stocks rise with economic reports, industry report of ongoing chip sale improvements
LSI 3rd-qtr profit soars on better margins and cost cuts, despite drop in sales
The chip sector is raising expectations of a tech spending rebound, thanks to a flurry of upbeat news from Intel, Dell and Marvell.
Investors are unmoved by NetApp's solid first quarter.
Investors may have been underwhelmed by H-P's third-quarter profit plunge, but the company's future still looks rosy.
BlackRock's Kevin Rendino favors chipmakers Intel and Micron, and computer companies like IBM.
An investor respectively selling and buying 31,000 July 5 and Oct. 5 LSI calls gets noticed.
This tech play should be able to beat projections handily in the quarters ahead.
The major indices likely will run in place until there's a sign that the economy is really turning the corner.
Mid-cap stocks that rule, plus why one pro is bullish about a global recovery.
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