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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - Patrick Wang
Intel Corp. is confident enough in the stability of its moneymaking skills to raise its dividend by 15 percent, even as Wall Street braces for a bumpy ride for the technology industry.
The Federal Trade Commission is trumpeting its settlement with Intel Corp. as a victory for consumers who have overpaid for computer chips for a decade, though computer buyers shouldn't expect a sudden drop in prices.
Evercore analyst Patrick Wang wrote in a research note this week that "PC sentiment has been negative for some time" and that recent checks with suppliers indicate that demand hasn't picked up.
"I wouldn't necessarily say that Intel's bullish," said Patrick Wang, a semiconductor analyst with Wedbush Securities.