Chipmaker Qualcomm ( QCOM ) has started the year strongly with gains of more than 10%. The stock trades close to its 52-week high and there are good chances that its terrific performance will continue ...
Qualcomm was a winner within the technology sector, rising $1.14 (1.4%) to $81.32 on average volume
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Intel Corp's first-quarter net profit exceeded Wall Street's estimates as the chipmaker wrestles with slow demand for personal computers and its chief executive officer said an ambitious goal to stake out market share in tablets was on track. With personal computer shipments falling for eight straight quarters through March, some analysts believe the industry's decline is close to hitting bottom, potentially giving Intel breathing room as it struggles to develop better processors for mobile and wearable devices. Following its first-quarter report on Tuesday, Intel Chief Financial Officer Stacy Smith said the chipmaker continues to expects PC shipments to decline slightly in 2014. In its report, Intel said revenue from its PC client group in the first quarter was $7.9 billion, down 1 percent from the year before.
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Qualcomm (QCOM) was one of the great growth stories of the 1999 dot-com boom. Its stock blasted out of a base and soared more than 2,000% before finishing its big move with a spectacular climax run. Times ...