Diane Bryant, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's Datacenter and Connected Systems Group, discusses the company's strategy to re-architect data centers. Image source: Intel.

There are a number of details that investors in Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) should know about its stock. The slideshow below covers a handful of them, walking readers through a broad but brief analysis of the chipmaker from a shareholder's perspective.

The slideshow shows, among other things, that Intel rewards investors in multiple ways:

  • Its shares yield 2.8%, a better return than the S&P 500's dividend yield of 2.1%.
  • It has bought back $6.2 billion worth of its own stock during the past 12 months, translating into a 2.7% decrease in the chipmaker's outstanding share count.
  • Its shares have roughly tracked the S&P 500 over the past decade.

To learn more about Intel, scroll through the slideshow below.

Slideshow data was sourced from YCharts.com on Nov. 30, 2015. Image sources: Intel, iStock/Thinkstock.

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