Tuesday, July 17th 2012

Intel Reports Second-Quarter Revenue of $13.5 Billion

Intel Corporation today reported quarterly revenue of $13.5 billion, operating income of $3.8 billion, net income of $2.8 billion and EPS of $0.54. The company generated approximately $4.7 billion in cash from operations, paid dividends of $1.1 billion and used $1.1 billion to repurchase stock.

"The second quarter was highlighted by solid execution with continued strength in the data center and multiple product introductions in Ultrabooks and smartphones," said Paul Otellini, Intel president and CEO. "As we enter the third quarter, our growth will be slower than we anticipated due to a more challenging macroeconomic environment. With a rich mix of Ultrabook and Intel-based tablet and phone introductions in the second half, combined with the long-term investments we're making in our product and manufacturing areas, we are well positioned for this year and beyond."


Business Outlook
Intel's Business Outlook does not include the potential impact of any business combinations, asset acquisitions, divestitures or other investments that may be completed after July 17.

Q3 2012 (GAAP, unless otherwise stated)
● Revenue: $14.3 billion, plus or minus $500 million.
● Gross margin percentage: 63 percent and 64 percent Non-GAAP (excluding amortization of acquisition-related intangibles), both plus or minus a couple of percentage points.
● R&D plus MG&A spending: approximately $4.6 billion.
● Amortization of acquisition-related intangibles: approximately $80 million.
● Impact of equity investments and interest and other: approximately zero.
● Depreciation: approximately $1.6 billion.

Full-Year 2012 (GAAP, unless otherwise stated)
● Revenue up between 3 percent and 5 percent year over year, down from the prior expectation for high single-digit growth.
● Gross margin percentage: 64 percent and 65 percent Non-GAAP (excluding amortization of acquisition-related intangibles), both plus or minus a couple points.
● Spending (R&D plus MG&A): $18.2 billion, plus or minus $200 million, down $100 million from prior expectations.
● Amortization of acquisition-related intangibles: approximately $300 million, unchanged.
● Depreciation: $6.3 billion, plus or minus $100 million, down $100 million from prior expectations.
● Tax Rate: approximately 28 percent, unchanged.
● Full-year capital spending: $12.5 billion, plus or minus $400 million, unchanged.
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13 Comments on Intel Reports Second-Quarter Revenue of $13.5 Billion

#1
TheMailMan78
Banstick Dummy
Tax Rate: approximately 28 percent. That's madness. 1/4 of the company goes to the government and they want HIGHER tax rates. We are so screwed. If I were them I would pull a GE. Get a nice fat loan from the Feds and move my operations over seas. GE paid ZERO in taxes last year.
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#2
AndreiD
With some clever accounting that tax rate gets a lot lower than 28%.
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#3
baggpipes
All you Intel fanboys want them to take over the world dont you....
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#4
dwade
Next stop: tablets, then phone. :) x86 ruling the world!!!
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#5
reverze
nice one intel , means more money to be spend on european wellfare
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#6
suraswami
Even tho I don't like Intel and their practices I do appreciate their brains and balls to do business.

:toast:
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#7
v12dock
by: TheMailMan78
Tax Rate: approximately 28 percent. That's madness. 1/4 of the company goes to the government and they want HIGHER tax rates. We are so screwed. If I were them I would pull a GE. Get a nice fat loan from the Feds and move my operations over seas. GE paid ZERO in taxes last year.
The GE financial adviser who thought of that got a nice fat bonus
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#8
smartidiot89
by: TheMailMan78
Tax Rate: approximately 28 percent. That's madness. 1/4 of the company goes to the government and they want HIGHER tax rates. We are so screwed. If I were them I would pull a GE. Get a nice fat loan from the Feds and move my operations over seas. GE paid ZERO in taxes last year.
28 percent is nothing compared to the taxes in other countries :nutkick:
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#9
tehehe
by: smartidiot89
28 percent is nothing compared to the taxes in other countries :nutkick:
Yeah, its a lot less than in my country. Electronic stuff is so much cheaper in US than in here and I bet thats directly contributable to the parasite vampiric demon called the state...
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#10
agent00skid
This is company tax rate we're talking about, right?
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#11
Andy77
by: reverze
nice one intel , means more money to be spend on european wellfare
How high are you? Or is it: Hi, how are you?
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#12
D007
Depression?, What depression?
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#13
Static~Charge
by: TheMailMan78
Tax Rate: approximately 28 percent. That's madness. 1/4 of the company goes to the government and they want HIGHER tax rates.
That's 28% after all their deductions and write-offs. The rate sounds high, but the amount of money being taxed is a lot lower than you think.
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