January 25, 2010

Finally Profitable, AMD Must Embrace New Markets, Analysts Say

Sharon Gaudin

With Advanced Micro Devices back on its financial feet after 13 grueling quarters in the red, industry watchers are looking for the chip maker to dust itself off and plot a course for the next few years. The company reported a profit for the first time in three years during the fourth quarter of 2009. Executives credited a hefty legal settlement with rival Intel and a change in AMD’s business model for the improved results.

Full story at Computerworld

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