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The first two generations helped AMD make a comeback. The next one could seriously threaten Intel’s dominance in PC CPUs.
The company is going after a multibillion-dollar market.
The company's results are largely holding up in a tough data center market.
It took just three months for the chip company to abandon its overly optimistic outlook.
A mostly positive quarterly report sent the stock higher.
The retailer will actually save money over two-day shipping thanks to the way the initiative is designed.
Tariffs haven't mattered so far. That could change as the U.S.-China trade war heats up.
The company's Alaskan telecom saw profits plummet thanks to a bad debt expense.
An escalating trade war is bad news for the retailer.
The company isn't boosting its earnings outlook for the year.
The stock overcame a mixed report and weak guidance.
The CEO is out after a mixed fourth-quarter report.
A decent earnings report wasn't enough to prevent a big decline.
After cutting its full-year guidance, the company disappointed again with a weak three-year outlook.
The company's explanation has some holes.
Revenue declined a bit less than expected, and the company sees recovery ahead in the second half.
The company’s EPYC server chips and Radeon Instinct GPUs will be the brains behind the fastest supercomputer in the world.
With a weak graphics business dragging down revenue to start the year, the chip company’s optimistic guidance requires some big wins.