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AMD's inventory rose 14.5% sequentially and YoY to $845 million at the end of 2018 as the company ramped up new products.

IBM’s Cognitive Solutions Segment Grew in Q4

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The February 8 trading session opened with a sell-off in semiconductor stocks as recent earnings showed demand weakness.

NVIDIA Stock Rose 1.82% on February 15

NVIDIA stock rose 1.82% on February 15 and closed at $157.34 after it reported upbeat fiscal 2019 fourth-quarter earnings results.

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Intel is currently facing a CPU (central processing unit) supply shortage.

PayPal to Benefit from Bitcoin without Handling It

PayPal has (PYPL) has mostly given cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin a wide berth, unlike its competitor Square (SQ).

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Why Are Analysts Positive on NVIDIA despite Its Disappointing Q4?

Despite NVIDIA's (NVDA) fiscal 2019 fourth-quarter underperformance, 26 out of the 38 analysts covering it have recommended "buys" on its stock.

Why Is NVIDIA’s Gross Margin Contracting?

In the fourth quarter, NVIDIA reported a gross margin of 56%, down 610 basis points from the previous year's 62.1%.

PayPal to Benefit from Bitcoin without Handling It

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PayPal to Benefit from Bitcoin without Handling It

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Can Operating Leverage Keep AMD Profitable despite Weak Revenue?

In the fourth quarter of 2018, AMD's operating expense rose 9.5% sequentially.

How Should Investors Interpret AMD’s Price Ratios?

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) emerged from years of losses to profits and is now on track to achieve its long-term financial target in 2019 by expanding in the high-margin server processor market.

Could AMD’s Fourth-Quarter Earnings Disappoint Investors?

This year started off strongly for Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) stock, which rose 8% in the first 11 days of January.

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Around 26 out of the 37 analysts covering NVIDIA (NVDA) have given the stock “buy” ratings, while 11 have given it “holds.”

AMD Stock Is Up 20% and Growing

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has taken the stock market by storm, growing 20% after its fourth-quarter earnings release on January 29.

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