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Nintendo cuts 3DS sales forecast, will report first annual loss

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Nintendo recently published a note in which it said it will report an annual operating loss of 45 billion yen ($575 million) for the December quarter. Analysts had expected the Japan-based gaming giant to report a 4.2 billion yen loss, Reuters said Thursday. The company now expects to ship 10...
Nintendo cuts 3DS sales forecast, will report first annual loss
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AMD cuts sales forecast, blames weak economy

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Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday cut its revenue forecast for the third quarter, saying a challenging economy hit demand for all its products....
AMD cuts sales forecast, blames weak economy

EBay forecasts $110 billion in sales by 2015

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EBay has a bright outlook on its future, as its most recent sales forecast has topped even Wall Street analysts' estimates. The Internet auction site, which is increasingly positioning itself as a retail outlet, estimates that its total volume of merchandise sold will hit $110 billion by the year 2015....
EBay forecasts $110 billion in sales by 2015

Gartner cuts enterprise app sales forecast

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Analyst firm Gartner on Wednesday said it has lowered its 2012 growth estimate for the global enterprise applications market to $120.4 billion, citing "limited signs" of economic improvement in the short term....
Gartner cuts enterprise app sales forecast

LIVE: Intel Announces Earnings (INTC)

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Intel is set to report third quarter results after U.S. markets close at 4:00 p.m.  Analysts are looking for the chip giant to report earnings per share of $0.50, down from $0.65 for the same period one year ago. Click Here For LIVE Updates > Revenue is projected to increase...
LIVE: Intel Announces Earnings (INTC)

Apple is expected to buy almost 1 of every 10 chips sold worldwide this year

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Apple spends a whopping $28 billion a year buying semiconductors for the millions of tablets, phones and computers it produces, according to estimates released from IHS iSuppli, a research firm. That makes Apple far and away the largest buyer of silicon, ahead of No. 2 Samsung, which buys $14.9 billion....
Apple is expected to buy almost 1 of every 10 chips sold worldwide this year
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