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Intel Asks Judge To Overturn US $2.1B Patent Loss

Intel blasted a jury's $2.1 billion patent verdict against it on Wednesday in its opening brief at the US Court of Appeals for the...
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Intel Wants EU To Pay $624M In Interest From Antitrust Fine

American chipmaker Intel has filed a claim for 593 million euros in interest from the European Commission. This comes five months after it convinced EU's...
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EC Appeals Intel Antitrust Case At Top Court

The European Commission has announced its appeal of the EU General Court’s annulment of a €1.06 billion antitrust fine imposed on U.S. chip maker...
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Intel In $6B Deal To Buy Tower Semiconductor – WSJ

Intel Corp is nearing a deal to buy Israeli chip firm Tower Semiconductor for almost $6 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday,...
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Intel Wins Appeal of $1.2B EU Antitrust Fine

Intel has won its appeal against a €1.06 billion (US$1.2 billion) EU antitrust fine from 12 years ago, reported The Wall Street Journal.  The decision...
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Intel Looks to Open Worlds Largest Chip Factory In Ohio

Intel said it would invest up to $100 billion to build potentially the world's largest chip-making complex in Ohio, looking to boost capacity as...
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Intel’s $1.2B EU Fine Appeal To Be Decided This Month

Intel’s epic fight against a record €1.06 billion (US$1.2 billion) antitrust fine will get closer to its final stretch when European Union judges will...
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Amazon Looks To Compete With Intel, Nvidia With New Chip Launch

Amazon cloud computing unit on Tuesday introduced two new custom computing chips aimed at helping its customers beat the cost of using chips from...
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Intel Fails To Overturn $2.18B Patent Verdict

A US judge has rejected Intel's  request to set aside a jury verdict ordering the chipmaker to pay VLSI Technology US$2.18 billion for patent...
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Intel In Talks To Buy GlobalFoundries for $30B

Intel is in talks to buy semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries Inc for about $30 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar...
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