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What: Shares of audio chip maker Cirrus Logic
So what: Cirrus Logic last night said it expects to report revenue of $122 million for the third quarter, a 28% jump from the year-ago period. This compares to the company's own previous guidance of $102 million to $108 million, and Wall Street's estimate of $105.1 million. But, Cirrus didn't stop there. The company also guided fourth-quarter revenue to $105 million, which would represent 15% year-over-year growth and a nice leap ahead of the current Street estimate of $98.5 million.
Now what: As long as Cirrus Logic continues to find ways to keep its products incorporated into Apple's
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