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Intel says server-chip division to grow less than expected

Intel fell in late trading after saying a slowdown in demand from corporations threatens to curb sales at its server-chip division

13th October, 2015

Intel fell in late trading after saying a slowdown in demand from corporations threatens to curb sales at its server-chip division -- one of the few bright spots at a company beset by a personal-computer slump.

The world’s largest chipmaker reported third-quarter results that reflected the anaemic PC market and forecast fourth-quarter revenue that was in line with analysts’ estimates. Sales in the current period will be $14.8 billion, plus or minus $500 million, Intel...

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