Intel trimmed its full-year adjusted earnings per share forecast to $1.95 from $2.30. (Reporting by Chavi Mehta in Bengaluru and Jane Lanhee Lee; Editing by Devika Syamnath, David Gregorio and Deepa Babington)
“No, I don’t believe it changed direction at all, and importantly, the decisions made in relation to that matter … I actually took no role in the specific decisions,” Mr Barbour told a parliamentary committee on Thursday.
AMD, which makes CPUs and graphics processors for PCs and data centers, has also been hit hard as inflation hurt consumer demand Gadgetinku.com for laptops and other gadgets, prompting electronics makers to cut orders for its chips.
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The watchdog launched its probe last year after then Integrity Commissioner Nikola Stepanov raised concerns about the laptop being taken from her office without her knowledge or permission by public servants.
Musk is thought to want to drastically reduce costs at the company after completing his 44 billion dollar (£39 billion) takeover of the platform last week, since tweeting “we need to pay the bills somehow”.
Simon Deakin, a professor of Law at the University of Cambridge, said if 100 or more employees are sacked within a period of 90 days, the Business Secretary must be notified 45 days before the first dismissal.
Staff have been told that everyone received an email by 9am PST (4pm GMT) on Friday, with those who are affected by the cuts set to receive the message on their personal email address rather than the one associated with their work.
Still chip analyst Dean McCarron at Mercury Research cautioned AMD is not immune to the slowdown in the data center market, noting the 8% quarter-to-quarter growth in the third quarter compared with the growth rate a year ago in the same period of 36%.
“The amount that we can do with respect to people costs is a minority of our overall cost structure. So driving efficiency in the factory network is way more important to our economics than people cost,” Gelsinger told Reuters, adding that adjustments to flexible workforces can be “quite immediate”.
“We expect AMD´s share gains to continue, as the company´s upcoming, next-generation server CPUs are expected to outperform Intel´s lineup across price and performance metrics,” said Nathaniel Harmon, analyst at YipitData.
Twitter employee Simon Balmain told Sky News: “Late last night we all received an email saying there is going to be a large reduction in headcount and the email stated that if we would be laid off, it would go to our personal email and if not to our work email.
“There are any number of reasons that you’re all well aware of about why staff would be feeling concerned about their roles, concerned about how their work is perceived externally, dealing with critical views that are expressed constantly about their work,” he said.
Nov 1 (Reuters) – Advanced Micro Devices Inc on Tuesday forecast some strength in its data center business and promised to be careful with spending, sending shares up despite business being hit by a deepening PC market slump.
that missed analyst expectations for revenue at its cloud business, AWS, which rose 28% to $20.5 billion. AWS, and other cloud service providers, are big customers of chip makers, including Intel and key to their revenue growth.
Mr Clancy described the situation as the “digital P&O” – in reference to the shipping company, which was widely condemned after it sacked nearly 800 crew members without notice in March and replaced them with cheaper agency workers.
Chipmaker Intel Corp on Thursday cut its full-year profit and revenue forecast and warned it would lay off staff, but a stronger-than-expected performance at its personal computers segment helped send shares higher.
“I hope that you will agree with me that the Government must make it clear to Twitter’s new owners a digital P&O would not be acceptable and that no-one is above the law in the UK, including big tech barons.”
The company now expects 2022 annual revenue of about $63 billion to $64 billion, compared with $65 billion to $68 billion estimated earlier.
Its original forecast was for about $76 billion. Analysts on average expected annual revenue of $65.26 billion, according to Refinitiv data.
“Our products weren’t shipping new products like Sapphire Rapids, but as those are now in full production and we’re going to be ramping those aggressively, we’re better positioned going forward than we have,” he told Reuters, adding that it would take several quarters to ramp up.
Chief Executive Pat Gelsinger said the cut to the fourth quarter outlook reflected economic uncertainty expected to last into next year, and that the company was taking time to ramp up sales into data centers, which dropped 27% in the third quarter.