What to Make of Intel's Earnings

Probably unsurprisingly, Intel's earnings made up one of the most-followed storylines in tech this week. The company's recent struggles are of course no secret. Even though it beat the Q3 guidance that it had revised lower in its September mid-quarter update, investors were still spooked, causing the stock to sell off after hours. Watch the following video to find out what investors should make of the current state of affairs at the world's largest semiconductor maker.

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