Intel reports Q3’2020 results with good news and bad news

For Q3 2020, Intel reported a decline in sales (revenue), profits, and margins even as even though more people bought PCs, as consumers and companies adjusted to work at home. Likewise, organizations and governments pulled back on data center spending. The company also acknowledged its next generation of chipmaking technology was six months behind schedule. Overall PC sales were up ...

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