Intel profits down by a quarter but firm sticks to its forecasts

Danny Palmer
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Q1 profits drop to $2bn and revenues also slip

Intel, the world's largest chip manufacturer, has not adjusted its sales forecasts for 2013, despite a drop in first quarter revenue and a slump in PC sales. Revenue for Q1 2013 was $12.6bn (£8....

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