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This leading wireless technology stock trades at a bargain price relative to its growth potential.
The tech company announced a new 22-nanometer chip designed to compete with ARM Holdings. It's not going to happen anytime soon, though.
The appointment of Renée James as president demonstrates the board's commitment to a new strategy to help take Intel chips into new devices.
Stocks are higher and once again within striking distance of all-time highs after unemployment claims fell last week.
Investors are digesting a slew of earnings as they await jobless claims data.
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