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Intel

INVESTORS spanked Intel hard a year ago when factory snafus and other execution missteps tripped up the chipmaking titan. Intel roared back in 2005’s second half, thanks to nearcomplete dominance of the notebook PC segment. Intel’s revenues rose 13% for the year and net income jumped 15%. But rival Advanced Micro Devices continues to steal share in the lucrative server-chip segment. Analysts predict that Intel’s earnings will tumble 26% this year as AMD continues to win business one chip at a time. Intel execs say a more competitive slate rolling out in the second half of 2006 will turn the tide.

Company Info

2005 Rank

55

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COMPANY INFO

INTC

Market Value
$ Million

121,931.4

Total Return
$ Million
(1-yr.) -12.9
(3-yr.) 22.5
2005 Sales
$ Billion

38.8

Sales Growth
$ Million
(1-yr.) 13
(3-yr.) 13.2
Long-Term Growth Est. %

15.0

Net income
$ Million

8,664.0

Net Income Growth
$ Million
(1-yr.) 15
(3-yr.) 39.8
Net Margin %*

22.3

Return on Inv. Capital (%)*

22.6

Share Price
12-Mo. Hi/Lo

29/20

P/E Ratio

15

Industry Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment
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*Trailing 12 months
Company data as of 2/28/06 provided by Standard & Poor's Compustat

Paul S. Otellini

Paul S. Otellini, 55

CEO since 2005


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