Intel

622 results

Intel shares fell as much as 1.7 per cent on reports of the vulnerability before erasing some of the loss.

Intel shares dipped after the company, whose processors power the majority of the world’s computers, revealed another potential security flaw that cou(...)

Intel’s move to 10nm chips, from its current generation of 14nm ones, has been affected by multiple delays. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

Investors chipped away at Intel shares on Friday after analysts at Goldman Sachs downgraded the stock, citing “deeper rooted” manufacturing issues wit(...)

Children and parked cars are colour-coded on a monitor inside a Mercedes S-Class car. Photograph: Michaela Handrek-Rehle/Bloomberg

It’s no wonder that every tech firm and carmaker with a research-and-development budget to spare is getting on the autonomous, self-driving car bandwa(...)

Jacobs and its partner Idom was recently awarded a contract connected with the planned 19km high-frequency metro service for Dublin.

The Irish arm of engineering giant Jacobs, which recently led a consortium that won a €14 million contract connected with the Dublin MetroLink project(...)

The Intel facility at Leixlip, Co Dublin. Just five big players account for 30 per cent of all of the Republic’s exports. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Ireland’s economy relies too heavily on the fortunes of a few massive players – the galacticos of the tech and pharma sectors which are driving growth(...)

Facebook missed estimates and issued “jaw-dropping guidance,” as GBH Insights put it, saying profit margins would plummet from 44 per cent to the “mid-30s” for more than two years. Photograph: Johannes Berg/Bloomberg

It’s fair to say few investors foresaw last Thursday’s bloodbath in Facebook shares, when the stock lost $118 billion (€101 billion) in market value –(...)

Ryanair gained almost 2 per cent to close at €14.41 by the end of the session, despite facing further industrial action from its staff.

An easing of the fears over US tariffs and some solid company results helped lift European stocks to fresh highs. But US markets were dragged down e(...)

Intel employs close to 5,000 in Ireland. Photograph: Reuters

Intel topped Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit and revenue on Thursday, as a booming cloud computing market drove higher demand for chips use(...)

June data on retail spending looks set to confirm a strong first half of the year as a resurgent economy, falling prices and higher personal income see more spending at the till. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Monday Results: Ryanair, Alphabet, Whirlpool, Hasbro. Indicators: Euro-zone consumer confidence flash (Jul). Ryanair investors only have to look(...)

The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe holding a press conference on Thursday on the 2018 mid-year expenditure report.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

The latest quarterly national accounts from the CSO show the Republic was once again the fastest-growing economy in Europe in 2017, in spite of the he(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • Next
  • Last »