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Disney takes $5 billion hit but pandemic impact not as bad as feared

05 Aug 2020

LOS ANGELES Walt Disney Co on Tuesday avoided the unmitigated disaster some investors feared as it eked out an adjusted profit amid the coronavirus pandemic that shut down parks, movie theaters and sporting events across the globe.

UPDATE 2-James Murdoch resigns from News Corp board over editorial differences

01 Aug 2020

July 31 James Murdoch resigned from the board of News Corp on Friday, citing disagreements over editorial content at the company founded by his father, conservative media mogul Rupert Murdoch.

Google ad rebound offsets Alphabet's first-ever sales drop

31 Jul 2020

OAKLAND, Calif./BENGALURU Google's ad sales have recovered since plummeting in March during the coronavirus pandemic, parent Alphabet Inc said on Thursday, easing concerns about its first quarterly sales slide in its 16 years as a public company. | Video

Qualcomm forecasts sales above estimates, settles dispute with Huawei

30 Jul 2020

Qualcomm Inc on Wednesday forecast fourth-quarter revenue largely above Wall Street expectations, powered by sales of its chips used in 5G devices and reaching a settlement with Huawei Technologies Co Ltd.

AMD raises full-year forecast as chip rival Intel stumbles

29 Jul 2020

Advanced Micro Devices Inc raised its full-year revenue forecast on Tuesday, driven in part by an overall surge in chip demand due to a global shift to work from home, and market-share gains from larger rival Intel Corp .

UPDATE 3-AMD raises full-year forecast as chip rival Intel stumbles

29 Jul 2020

July 28 Advanced Micro Devices Inc raised its full-year revenue forecast on Tuesday, driven in part by an overall surge in chip demand due to a global shift to work from home, and market-share gains from larger rival Intel Corp .

Intel ousts its chief engineer, shakes up technical group after delays

28 Jul 2020

Intel Corp's Chief Engineering Officer Murthy Renduchintala is departing, part of a move in which a key technology unit will be separated into five teams, the chipmaker said on Monday.

Intel chip delay forces shift to using more outside factories, shares drop

24 Jul 2020

Intel Corp said on Thursday its new 7-nanometer chip technology was six months behind schedule and it would consider farming out more work to outside semiconductor foundries, eroding a founding principle that manufacturing is key to its success.

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