45.80 +0.05 (0.11%)
Pre-market: 6:20AM EST
|Bid||45.79 x 900|
|Ask||45.85 x 1000|
|Day's range||44.79 - 45.79|
|52-week range||33.23 - 47.64|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.05|
|Earnings date||25 Jan 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.09 (2.45%)|
|1y target est||47.14|
NEW YORK, Jan. 22, 2018-- The Klein Law Firm announces that a class action complaint has been filed on behalf of shareholders of Intel Corporation who purchased shares between July 27, 2017 and January ...
Gary Mobley, chip analyst with The Benchmark Company, this afternoon held a fascinating conference call concerning one of the most intriguing discussions going on in semiconductors today: RISC-V. That is the name of a non-profit foundation founded by U.C. Berkeley professor David Patterson and his team to create one single “instruction set architecture” that can be used across all manner of chips, from the humblest embedded part on up to big server computers. The man running the foundation, Rick O’Connor, a veteran of many chip companies, talked the audience through a series of slides, with some questions by Mobley at the end. Nvidia (NVDA) plans to put use ISA across all the “Falcon” CPUs that it puts in its various GPU chips, and Western Digital (WDC) has said it will use RISC-V across its processors.
Tech’s annual victory parade is likely to turn into an apology tour in the next few weeks, as executives in charge of some of the most important companies in America face investors with much more to discuss ...
As 2017 ended, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which brought some significant changes to the US tax code for the first time in 30 years. On the other hand, the reform of a one-time repatriation tax of 15.5% on cash and an 8.0% tax on non-cash assets held overseas was disliked by the technology industry. While the tax reforms would overall have a positive impact on the technology sector, things may be different for Micron Technology (MU).
Micron Technology (MU) has been increasing its gross margin over the last one-year period by improving cost competitiveness through technology advancement. The benefit of a high gross margin trickled down for the company. Micron’s non-GAAP operating margin rose fourfold from 11.0% in fiscal 1Q17 to 46.0% in fiscal 1Q18.
Will the Market Force Be with Micron in Fiscal 2018? Is China a threat to Micron? In the previous part of the series, we saw that secular demand trends in the memory market might encourage suppliers to compete in terms of advanced technology.
Two senators are calling for a probe of Intel's (INTC) CEO stock sale, Facebook (FB) is making changes to its newsfeed and HP (HPQ) rules Q4 and 2017 PC shipments.
The earnings season will get its first taste of results from Silicon Valley, led by Netflix, Intel and other chip companies.
Will the Market Force Be with Micron in Fiscal 2018? The increasing adoption of AI (artificial intelligence) and AR/VR (augmented/virtual reality) in Smartphones, industries, and gaming is driving memory content in the data center, mobile, embedded, and graphics spaces. The memory market is highly consolidated yet very competitive, keeping Micron Technology (MU) on its toes, ready to innovate and move to more advanced technologies.
Microsoft (ticker: MSFT) and Intel (INTC) are best poised in the long haul to be successful, both financially and innovation-wise, according to the Thomson Reuters Top 10 Global Technology Leaders. The ...
Will the Market Force Be with Micron in Fiscal 2018? Micron Technology (MU) is a supplier of memory chips, and its customer base largely composed of PCs (personal computer) and data centers. With the advent of the mobile revolution, its customer base has expanded, reducing the cyclicity of the memory market.
With this week's release of marquee reports from the likes of Goldman Sachs (GS), IBM (IBM), and American Express (AXP), fourth-quarter earnings season is officially underway. We looked ahead to next week and selected the biggest technology reports to watch. Make sure to keep an eye on these companies as they prepare to report during the week of January 22.
The flash partnership between Micron (MU) and Intel (INTC) has ended, making it a hot discussion topic among analysts. At J.P. Morgan’s 16th Annual Technology Investor Forum, analyst Harlan Sur questioned Micron’s chief financial officer, Ernie Maddock, about the possible impact of the partnership termination. Intel funded Micron’s R&D (research and development) efforts in the NAND (negative AND) flash area.
In the latest update on Micron Technology (MU), Intel (INTC) ended its 12-year-old flash memory partnership with the memory chipmaker in order to focus its NAND (negative AND) technology in its data-centric business. The IMFT (Intel–Micron Flash Technologies) joint venture began in 2005, as the two companies made an extensive investment in building a plant in Lehi, Utah.
RADNOR, Pa., Jan. 19, 2018-- The law firm of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP reminds Intel Corporation shareholders that a class action lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for ...
In the previous part of this series, we saw that Micron Technology (MU) focused on developing value-added memory solutions like SSD (solid-state drives) and graphics memory in fiscal 2017. The advent of smart cities, smart homes, smart cars, and smart factories would require higher DRAM (dynamic random access memory) content to process large quantities of data at the edge. Apart from product technology, Micron is also developing manufacturing process technology.