AMD’s reports for the third quarter of 2007 show a strong revenue increase of 18%, however AMD is still show negative in earnings.
I love the smell of a price war in the morning. Record microprocessor sales and an overall revenue increase of 18 percent versus the previous quarter, 26 percent year-over year, and a 29 percent revenue increase in the graphics segment—such a strong quarter—wasn’t enough to pull AMD into positive earnings territory. At least the chipmaker is less in the red than it was in the second quarter.
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