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What to watch in big tech five's results

Yahoo in focus after hacking sparks Verizon concerns

17th October, 2016
Yahoo won't be holding conference call after results. Pic: Getty

This week sees the US earnings seasons kick into full swing, with a number of big technology companies reporting results for the third quarter of this year. It has been a dramatic summer in the sector, with the highlights including Microsoft's purchase of LinkedIn and Yahoo's sale of its core business to Verizon. Analysts will be watching results from five key companies in particular:

Tuesday - Intel Q3

According to Bloomberg, analysts are...

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