With management raising revenue guidance, fiscal 2013 might be an even bigger year for the chip maker.
Moore's second law increases the cost of making microchips and forces some hard choices.
Patient investors might benefit from the chip-maker's heavy investment in touch-panel controllers. A beaten-down stock adds to the allure.
Monster Beverage is downgraded to 'buy' at Goldman, and Buckingham initiates airlines.
This bump might indicate that things are worse than business as usual after all.
Citigroup is upgraded to 'outperform,' and Apollo Group is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Exxon Mobil initiated with a 'buy,' and Texas Instruments downgraded to 'neutral.'
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