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Intel Reports Third-Quarter Results; Third-Quarter Earnings Per Share $0.10;


Earnings Excluding
Acquisition-Related Costs $0.11 Per Share

Business Editors

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 15, 2002--Intel
Corporation today announced third-quarter revenue of $6.5 billion, up
3 percent sequentially and flat year-over-year.
Third-quarter net income was $686 million, up 54 percent
sequentially and up 547 percent year-over-year. Earnings per share
were $0.10, up 43 percent sequentially and up 400 percent from $0.02
in the third quarter of 2001.
Third-quarter net income excluding acquisition-related costs(1) of
approximately $108 million was $768 million, up 24 percent
sequentially and up 17 percent year-over-year. Earnings excluding
acquisition-related costs were $0.11 per share, up 22 percent
sequentially and up 10 percent from $0.10 in the third quarter of
2001.
"Although the industry is experiencing one of its worst downturns
ever, we continue to move our technology forward, introducing 18 new
processors during the quarter, all on our leading-edge 0.13-micron
technology," said Craig R. Barrett, Intel chief executive officer.
"Our product and technology leadership, combined with solid execution,
is paying off, bringing our microprocessor market segment share to its
highest level in four years. Going forward, we remain committed to
investments in new products and technologies, setting the stage for us
to emerge even stronger when the economy and demand recover."
The second-quarter 2002 results included a $106-million charge to
cost of sales related to winding down the online services business,
along with a $112-million write-off of acquired intangibles. The
third-quarter 2001 results included a one-time tax benefit of $100
million related to export sales in 2000. The 2001 results reflect
charges for the amortization of goodwill, which is no longer amortized
under generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) with the
adoption of FASB rule 142.
On October 10, a federal court in Texas ruled that Intel's
Itanium(R) processor infringes patents owned by Intergraph*
Corporation. Under the terms of an April 2002 settlement agreement
between the parties, Intel agreed to pay Intergraph liquidated damages
of $150 million within 30 days of entry of final judgment of
infringement, and an additional $100 million if Intergraph prevails on
appeal. Intel plans first to seek reconsideration of the ruling by the
trial court, and is currently analyzing the accounting treatment for
the payments the company may ultimately be required to make. Based on
a preliminary analysis, payments are expected to be capitalized and
amortized over a period of years, and the ruling is not expected to
have a material effect on Intel's reported results of operations for
the third quarter of 2002. Further information concerning the
accounting treatment is expected to be included in Intel's Form 10-Q
for the third quarter, to be filed in early November.

BUSINESS OUTLOOK

The following statements are based on current expectations. These
statements are forward-looking, and actual results may differ
materially. These statements do not include the potential impact of
any mergers, acquisitions, divestitures or other business combinations
that may be completed after October 14, 2002.

Continuing uncertainty in global economic conditions makes it
particularly difficult to predict product demand and other related
matters.

-- Revenue in the fourth quarter is expected to be between $6.5
billion and $6.9 billion.

-- Gross margin percentage in the fourth quarter is expected to
be 49 percent, plus or minus a couple of points, approximately
flat with the third quarter. Intel's gross margin percentage
varies primarily with revenue levels, product mix and pricing,
changes in unit costs, capacity utilization, and timing of
factory ramps and associated costs.

-- Gross margin percentage for 2002 is expected to be
approximately 49 percent, near the low end of the previous
expectation of 51 percent, plus or minus a few points,
primarily due to lower than expected revenue in the second
half, unrealized manufacturing savings in the third quarter,
and higher than expected excess capacity charges in the second
half.

-- Expenses (R&D, excluding in-process R&D, plus MG&A) in the
fourth quarter are expected to be approximately flat with $2.1
billion in the third quarter. Expenses, particularly certain
marketing- and compensation-related expenses, vary depending
on the level of revenue and profits.

-- R&D spending for 2002, excluding in-process R&D, is expected
to be approximately $4.0 billion.

-- Capital spending for 2002 is expected to be approximately $4.7
billion, lower than the previous expectation of between $5.0
billion and $5.2 billion. The majority of the spending
reduction is being driven by cost savings within ongoing
construction projects. In addition, the company is slightly
reducing its fourth-quarter equipment spending by re-using
certain equipment from older process technology.

-- Gains or losses from equity investments and interest and other
in the fourth quarter are expected to be a net loss of $50
million due to the expectation of a net loss on equity
investments of approximately $90 million, primarily as a
result of impairment charges. Gains or losses from equity
securities and interest and other assume no unanticipated
events and vary depending on equity market levels and
volatility, gains or losses realized on the sale or exchange
of securities, impairment charges related to non-marketable
and other investments, interest rates, cash balances, and
changes in the fair value of derivative instruments.

-- The tax rate for 2002 is now expected to be approximately 27.4
percent, excluding the impact of acquisition-related costs and
an expected fourth-quarter tax benefit of approximately $65
million related to a small divestiture that closed early in
the fourth quarter. The tax rate is lower than the previous
expectation of 28.4 percent due to lower than expected profits
for the year and a higher percentage of profits expected in
low tax jurisdictions.

-- Depreciation for the fourth quarter is expected to be
approximately $1.2 billion.

-- Amortization of acquisition-related intangibles and costs is
expected to be approximately $90 million in the fourth
quarter.

The statements in this document that refer to plans and
expectations for the fourth quarter, the year and the future are
forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and
uncertainties. A number of factors in addition to those discussed
above could cause actual results to differ materially from
expectations. Demand for Intel's products, which impacts revenue and
the gross margin percentage, is affected by business and economic
conditions, as well as computing and communications industry trends,
and changes in customer order patterns. Intel does business outside
the United States and is thus subject to a number of other factors,
including currency controls and fluctuations, and tariff and import
regulations. If terrorist activity, armed conflict, civil or military
unrest or political instability occurs in the United States, Israel or
other locations, such events may disrupt logistics, security and
communications, and could also result in reduced demand for Intel's
products. Revenue and the gross margin percentage are affected by
competing chip architectures and manufacturing technologies, competing
software-compatible microprocessors, pricing pressures and other
competitive factors, as well as market acceptance of Intel's new
products. Future revenue is also dependent on continuing technological
advancement, including developing and implementing new processes and
strategic products, as well as sustaining and growing new businesses
and integrating and operating any acquired businesses. The gross
margin percentage could also be affected by the execution of the
manufacturing ramp, excess manufacturing capacity, excess or obsolete
inventory, and variations in inventory valuation, as well as adverse
effects associated with product errata (deviations from published
specifications). Results could also be affected by litigation, such as
that described in Intel's SEC reports, as well as other risk factors
listed in Intel's SEC reports, including the report on Form 10-Q for
the quarter ended June 29, 2002.

Status of Business Outlook and Mid-Quarter Business Update

Intel's corporate representatives will meet privately during the
quarter with investors, investment analysts, the media and others, and
may reiterate the Business Outlook. Intel intends to publish a
Mid-Quarter Business Update on Dec. 5. From the close of business on
Nov. 29 until publication of the Update, Intel will observe a "Quiet
Period" during which the Outlook and the company's filings with the
SEC on Forms 10-K and 10-Q should be considered to be historical,
speaking as of prior to the Quiet Period only and not subject to
update by the company. For more information about the Outlook, Update
and related Quiet Periods, please refer to the Outlook section of the
Web site at www.intc.com.

THIRD-QUARTER REVIEW AND RECENT HIGHLIGHTS

Financial Review

-- The average selling price of Intel Architecture microprocessor
units was slightly lower sequentially.

-- The gross margin percentage was approximately 49 percent, at
the low end of the company's expectation of approximately 51
percent plus or minus a couple of points, primarily due to
unrealized manufacturing savings along with higher than
expected excess capacity charges. The gross margin percentage
was approximately flat with the second quarter when excluding
the second-quarter charge for the online services business.

-- On a year-to-date basis, the tax rate was approximately 27.4
percent, excluding the impact of acquisition-related costs,
lower than the previous expectation of 28.4 percent. The
effective tax rate for the third quarter was 25.2 percent,
including an adjustment to reflect the new tax rate for the
year.

-- Gains or losses on equity investments and interest and other
resulted in a net loss of $47 million, greater than the
previous expectation of a net loss of $25 million. The net
loss on equity investments was $96 million, including the
impact of impairment charges of approximately $83 million.

Product Shipment Trends (Sequential)

-- Intel Architecture microprocessor unit shipments were higher.
-- Chipset unit shipments were higher.
-- Motherboard unit shipments were approximately flat.
-- Flash memory unit shipments were higher.
-- Ethernet connectivity product unit shipments were higher.

Intel Architecture Business

During the quarter, Intel introduced 18 new microprocessors based
on 0.13-micron technology, extending the company's performance
leadership across all segments of computing. The company also launched
four advanced chipsets and announced a range of technologies that will
bring increased performance and new capabilities to the computing
industry.
Intel increased its desktop performance leadership with high
volume shipments of Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 processors at 2.8, 2.66, 2.6
and 2.5 GHz. The company also announced plans to introduce a 3.06 GHz
Pentium 4 processor that will bring Hyper-Threading (HT) Technology to
the desktop in the fourth quarter. HT Technology allows a variety of
multithreaded operating system and application software to run as
though the PC has two processors, boosting performance by as much as
25 percent. Intel introduced new chipsets that support HT Technology
along with leading edge DRAMs, a faster system bus and higher
performing integrated graphics. The company also increased its value
segment leadership with the Intel Celeron(R) processor at 2 GHz, and
said it is developing an advanced security technology, codenamed
LaGrande, that will be integrated into future Intel platforms.
Intel launched 11 new mobile PC processors for mainstream
notebooks at speeds up to 2.2 GHz. The company also announced that its
next-generation Banias mobile PC platform will include an 802.11a/b
wireless networking solution along with software that will simplify
and improve the security of wireless networking. Intel and VeriSign*
announced plans to bring wireless security to Banias-based corporate
notebooks.
For the enterprise, Intel delivered Xeon(TM) processors at 2.8 and
2.6 GHz for two-way servers and workstations. Intel and IBM* announced
plans to develop blade servers that will offer highly scalable
performance, new reliability features and a lower total cost of
ownership. In addition, the Itanium 2 processor continued to set new
industry performance records. Intel and NEC announced that an Itanium
2-based, 32-way server achieved the world's highest TPC-C benchmark
result on a non-clustered Microsoft* Windows* platform.
Hewlett-Packard* announced new four-processor performance records on
the SAP* R/3 two-tier SD benchmark as well as the TPC-C benchmark.

Intel Communications Group

Intel began OEM customer sampling of a product code-named Calexico
that will connect notebook PCs with 802.11 wireless networks in
offices, homes and public "hot spots" such as airports, hotels and
restaurants. Calexico is designed to support the 802.11 a and b
specifications, and is being extensively validated for reliable,
secure and easy-to-use wireless connectivity in forthcoming Banias
processor-based notebook PCs.
In network processing, Intel introduced its first control plane
processor based on the Intel(R) XScale(TM) core along with an
applications and services processor based on the Low-Voltage Intel(R)
Xeon(TM) processor, enabling cost-effective and flexible design of
feature-rich networking systems. In optical, Intel introduced
metropolitan area networking products based on tuneable laser
technology that deliver multichannel, 10-Gbps throughput across the
telecom industry's primary optical networking protocols. In storage,
Intel introduced four system controllers, becoming the first company
to offer a full line of RAID products that support the leading
industry drivers, development tools and firmware.
Intel also announced that it is adding communications capabilities
to its forthcoming 90-nanometer (nm) process technology. The company
will integrate high-speed silicon-germanium transistors and
"mixed-signal" circuitry for a new generation of faster, more
integrated, less-costly communications chips to be introduced
beginning next year. The announcement underscores Intel's goal of
driving the convergence of computing and communications through
advances in silicon.


Wireless Communications and Computing Group

Intel introduced Wireless MMX(TM) technology and two flash memory
technologies designed to bring the richness and excitement of desktop
PC applications to wireless and handheld products based on the
Intel(R) Personal Internet Client Architecture (Intel(R) PCA).
Intel XScale technology-based processors have been adopted in more
than 25 newly introduced handheld devices, including PDAs from Acer*,
Asustek*, Fujitsu-Siemens*, HP*, Hitachi*, Sharp* and Toshiba*. During
the quarter, Sony* introduced the first Palm* operating system-based
PDA based on XScale technology, while BSQUARE* introduced the first
2.5G cell phone/PDA based on the technology. Philips* announced a new
design that will enable the company and its OEM customers to market a
new generation of interactive, digital audio/video devices based on
the XScale core. SONICblue* selected XScale technology to power a
portable media player that will allow users to watch television
programs transferred from ReplayTV* devices as well as play PC-based
audio, video and photos.

Technology and Manufacturing Group

Intel disclosed nanotechnology breakthroughs that are anticipated
to allow the company to be the first to bring 90-nm, 300-mm process
technology into volume production next year. Intel's new process will
be the first to combine the smallest, highest-performing transistors
utilizing strained silicon, a one-square-micron SRAM cell, and
high-speed interconnects that integrate copper with a new, low-k
dielectric material. Intel said it plans to reuse over 75 percent of
its 0.13-micron, 300-mm process tools when it transitions to 90-nm,
300-mm production, thereby reducing costs and facilitating a mature
tool set.
In addition, Intel disclosed an experimental three-dimensional
(3-D) tri-gate transistor design that achieves higher performance with
greater power efficiency than traditional planar transistors. Intel
believes the 3-D transistor will address obstacles to scaling
transistors below 30 nm and help continue the pace of Moore's Law
beyond the decade.

EARNINGS WEBCAST

Intel will hold a public webcast at 2:30 p.m. PDT today on its
Investor Relations Web site at www.intc.com. A replay of the webcast
will be available until Oct. 22 on the Web site and by phone at (719)
457-0820, confirmation code 735163.
Intel, the world's largest chip maker, is also a leading
manufacturer of computer, networking and communications products.
Additional information about Intel is available at
www.intel.com/pressroom.

(1) Acquisition-related costs consist of one-time write-offs of
purchased in-process R&D, amortization of acquisition-related
intangibles and costs, write-offs of acquisition-related
intangibles, and, prior to 2002, amortization of goodwill.
Intangibles include, for example, the value of the acquired
companies' developed technology. Earnings excluding
acquisition-related costs differ from earnings presented according
to GAAP because GAAP earnings include these costs.

Intel, Pentium, Celeron, Itanium, Xeon and XScale are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in
the United States and other countries.

*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
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INTEL CORPORATION
CONSOLIDATED SUMMARY INCOME STATEMENT DATA
(In millions, except per share amounts)

Three Months Ended Nine Months Ended
Sept. 28, Sept. 29, Sept. 28, Sept. 29,
2002 2001 2002 2001

NET REVENUES $ 6,504 $ 6,545 $ 19,604 $ 19,556
--------- --------- --------- ---------
Cost of sales 3,331 3,553 9,982 10,085
Research and
development 1,006 930 3,012 2,844
Marketing, general and
administrative 1,095 1,064 3,230 3,393
Amortization of
goodwill -- 447 -- 1,305
Amortization of
acquisition-related
intangibles and costs 102 162 442 483
Purchased in-process
research and
development 6 -- 20 198
--------- --------- --------- ---------
Operating costs and
expenses 5,540 6,156 16,686 18,308
--------- --------- --------- ---------
OPERATING INCOME 964 389 2,918 1,248
Losses on equity
securities, net (96) (182) (201) (179)
Interest and other, net 49 (70) 140 320
--------- --------- --------- ---------
INCOME BEFORE TAXES 917 137 2,857 1,389
Income taxes 231 31 789 602
--------- --------- --------- ---------
NET INCOME $ 686 $ 106 $ 2,068 $ 787
========= ========= ========= =========

BASIC EARNINGS
PER SHARE $ 0.10 $ 0.02 $ 0.31 $ 0.12
========= ========= ========= =========
DILUTED EARNINGS
PER SHARE $ 0.10 $ 0.02 $ 0.30 $ 0.11
========= ========= ========= =========
COMMON SHARES
OUTSTANDING 6,646 6,718 6,669 6,721
COMMON SHARES
ASSUMING DILUTION 6,712 6,876 6,792 6,888

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PRO FORMA INFORMATION EXCLUDING
ACQUISITION-RELATED COSTS

The following pro forma supplemental information excludes the effect
of acquisition-related costs. This pro forma information is not
prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.

Three Months Ended Nine Months Ended
Sept. 28, Sept. 29, Sept. 28, Sept. 29,
2002 2001 2002 2001
========= ========= ========= =========
Pro forma operating
costs and expenses $ 5,432 $ 5,547 $ 16,224 $ 16,322
Pro forma operating
income $ 1,072 $ 998 $ 3,380 $ 3,234
Net income excluding
acquisition-related
costs $ 768 $ 655 $ 2,410 $ 2,608
Basic earnings per
share excluding
acquisition-related
costs $ 0.12 $ 0.10 $ 0.36 $ 0.39
Diluted earnings per
share excluding
acquisition-related
costs $ 0.11 $ 0.10 $ 0.35 $ 0.38


INTEL CORPORATION
CONSOLIDATED SUMMARY BALANCE SHEET DATA
(In millions)

Sept. 28, June 29, Dec. 29,
2002 2002 2001

CURRENT ASSETS
Cash and short-term investments $ 9,615 $ 8,957 $ 10,326

Cash and short-term investments $ 9,615 $ 8,957 $ 10,326
Trading assets 1,627 1,650 1,224
Accounts receivable 3,089 2,907 2,607
Inventories:
Raw materials 286 242 237
Work in process 1,520 1,393 1,316
Finished goods 675 870 700
--------- --------- ---------
2,481 2,505 2,253
Deferred tax assets and other 1,233 1,182 1,223
--------- --------- ---------
Total current assets 18,045 17,201 17,633

Property, plant and equipment, net 17,970 18,176 18,121
Marketable strategic equity
securities 56 96 155
Other long-term investments 1,182 1,438 1,319
Goodwill, net 4,334 4,338 4,330
Other assets 2,049 2,249 2,837
--------- --------- ---------
TOTAL ASSETS $ 43,636 $ 43,498 $ 44,395
========= ========= =========

CURRENT LIABILITIES
Short-term debt $ 317 $ 383 $ 409
Accounts payable and accrued
liabilities 4,492 4,195 4,755
Deferred income on shipments to
distributors 512 498 418
Income taxes payable 960 672 988
--------- --------- ---------
Total current liabilities 6,281 5,748 6,570
LONG-TERM DEBT 1,000 1,081 1,050
DEFERRED TAX LIABILITIES 1,048 1,089 945

STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY 35,307 35,580 35,830
--------- --------- ---------

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND
STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY $ 43,636 $ 43,498 $ 44,395
========= ========= =========


INTEL CORPORATION
SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL AND OTHER INFORMATION
(In millions)

Q3 2002 Q2 2002 Q3 2001

GEOGRAPHIC REVENUES:
Americas 32% 35% 37%
Asia-Pacific 38% 38% 31%
Europe 23% 20% 25%
Japan 7% 7% 7%

CASH INVESTMENTS:
Cash and short-term investments $ 9,615 $ 8,957 $ 9,158
Trading assets - fixed income(1) $ 1,313 $ 1,185 $ 726
---------------------------------
Total cash investments $ 10,928 $ 10,142 $ 9,884

INTEL CAPITAL PORTFOLIO:
Trading assets - equity
securities(2) $ 89 $ 187 $ 67
Marketable strategic equity
securities $ 56 $ 96 $ 165
Other strategic investments $ 1,169 $ 1,177 $ 1,772
---------------------------------
Total Intel capital portfolio $ 1,314 $ 1,460 $ 2,004

TRADING ASSETS:
Trading assets - equity securities
offsetting deferred
compensation(3) $ 225 $ 278 $ 266
Total trading assets -
sum of 1+2+3 $ 1,627 $ 1,650 $ 1,059

SELECTED CASH FLOW INFORMATION:
Depreciation $ 1,136 $ 1,135 $ 1,054
Amortization of goodwill $ 0 $ 0 $ 447
Amortization of acquisition-related
intangibles & costs $ 102 $ 229 $ 162
Purchased in-process research
& development $ 6 $ 14 $ 0
Capital spending ($ 955) ($ 1,115) ($ 1,365)
Stock repurchase program ($ 1,001) ($ 1,002) ($ 1,002)
Proceeds from sales of shares to
employees, tax benefit and other $ 279 $ 239 $ 314
Dividends paid ($ 133) ($ 134) ($ 135)
Net cash used for acquisitions ($ 7) ($ 50) $ 0

SHARE INFORMATION:
Average common shares outstanding 6,646 6,677 6,718
Dilutive effect of stock options 66 126 158
Common shares assuming dilution 6,712 6,803 6,876

STOCK BUYBACK:
BUYBACK ACTIVITY:
Shares repurchased 56.6 37.2 34.9
Cumulative shares repurchased 1,651.4 1,594.8 1,491.7

BUYBACK SUMMARY:
Shares authorized for buyback 1,820.0 1,820.0 1,520.0
Increase in authorization -- -- 300.0
Cumulative shares repurchased (1,651.4) (1,594.8) (1,491.7)
Shares available for buyback 168.6 225.2 328.3

OTHER INFORMATION:
Employees (in thousands) 81.7 83.2 86.2
Days sales outstanding 36 37 38


INTEL CORPORATION
SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL AND OTHER INFORMATION
($ in millions)

YTD YTD
Q3 2002 Q2 2002 2002 Q3 2001 2001
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OPERATING SEGMENT INFORMATION:

Intel Architecture
Business
Revenues 5,407 5,213 16,388 5,393 15,653
Operating profit 1,405 1,362 4,569 1,329 4,439

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Intel Communications
Group
Revenues 482 536 1,536 580 1,990
Operating loss (177) (127) (454) (218) (606)

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Wireless Communications
and Computing Group
Revenues 586 532 1,577 509 1,714
Operating loss (30) (98) (196) (59) (236)

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All other
Revenues 29 38 103 63 199
Operating loss (234) (498) (1,001) (663) (2,349)

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Total
Revenues 6,504 6,319 19,604 6,545 19,556
Operating profit 964 639 2,918 389 1,248

----------------------------------------------------------------------

The Intel Architecture business products include microprocessors,
motherboards and other related board-level products, including
chipsets. The Intel Communications Group's products include Ethernet
connectivity products, network processing components, embedded control
chips and optical components. The Wireless Communications and
Computing Group's products include flash memory, application
processors and cellular baseband chipsets for cellular handsets and
handheld devices.

The "all other" category includes acquisition-related costs, including
amortization of identified intangibles, in-process research and
development, and write-offs of acquisition-related intangibles. "All
other" also includes the results of operations of certain seed
businesses that support the company's initiatives as well as the
results of the Web hosting business. In addition, the "all other"
category includes certain corporate-level operating expenses,
including a portion of profit-dependent bonus and other expenses that
are not allocated to the operating segments. In Q2 2002, "all other"
included the charge for impairment of identified intangibles,
primarily related to the previous acquisition of Xircom, as well as
the charge related to winding down the Web hosting business. For
quarters in 2001, "all other" includes goodwill amortization, whereas
goodwill is no longer amortized beginning in 2002.
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CONTACT: Intel Corporation, Santa Clara
Doug Lusk, 408/765-1679
Investor Relations
Tom Beermann, 408/765-6855
Press Relations

KEYWORD: CALIFORNIA
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: COMPUTERS/ELECTRONICS HARDWARE NETWORKING
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SOURCE: Intel Corporation

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Secondo me farà la fine di WCom... quelli di DURON ce l'hanno più duro...!!! :smile:
a proposito
per una cacatina di 0.01$ in meno adesso le borse di tutto il mondo crolleranno come quando esce la fiducia dei consumatori del michigan (ho scoperto che x farla fanno 500 telefonate!)
 

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tontolina ha scritto:
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Riassuntino ? :D

Secondo me farà la fine di WCom... quelli di DURON ce l'hanno più duro...!!! :smile:
a proposito
per una cacatina di 0.01$ in meno adesso le borse di tutto il mondo crolleranno come quando esce la fiducia dei consumatori del michigan (ho scoperto che x farla fanno 500 telefonate!)
a dir la verità all'ultima fiducia i dati facevano schifo, ma poi dopo uno sbandamento iniziale .....
 

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SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 15, 2002--Intel
Corporation today announced third-quarter revenue of $6.5 billion, up
3 percent sequentially and flat year-over-year.
Third-quarter net income was $686 million, up 54 percent
sequentially and up 547 percent year-over-year. Earnings per share
were $0.10, up 43 percent sequentially and up 400 percent from $0.02
in the third quarter of 2001.
Third-quarter net income excluding acquisition-related costs(1) of
approximately $108 million was $768 million, up 24 percent
sequentially and up 17 percent year-over-year. Earnings excluding
acquisition-related costs were $0.11 per share, up 22 percent
sequentially and up 10 percent from $0.10 in the third quarter of
2001.



scusate, sbaglio o manca qualcosa? :-o :-o
 

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lotindy ha scritto:
tontolina ha scritto:
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VOLANTE 1 ha scritto:
Riassuntino ? :D

Secondo me farà la fine di WCom... quelli di DURON ce l'hanno più duro...!!! :smile:
a proposito
per una cacatina di 0.01$ in meno adesso le borse di tutto il mondo crolleranno come quando esce la fiducia dei consumatori del michigan (ho scoperto che x farla fanno 500 telefonate!)
a dir la verità all'ultima fiducia i dati facevano schifo, ma poi dopo uno sbandamento iniziale .....
come dicevo dopo uno sbandamento iniziale
e se la trappola fosse stata la caduta di intel in ah per poter comprare + in basso in europa? non conosco i volumi di intc in ah sarebbe interessante saperlo. un giochetto del genere lo ricordo (all'inverso) con msft
 

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