Intel 4Q revs expected to be `significantly higher'

Haber, Carol
November 1996
Electronic News;11/11/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2142, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on Intel's predictions of its financial performance for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 1996 following the rejection of Proposition 211 by voters in California. Gross margin percentage assuming continued strength in billings; Expenses due to advertising costs and revenue-dependent expenses; Capital expenditures.


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