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Thursday December 31, 2009

Impact of FTC Versus Intel Overblown

It would seem that some industry analysts believe the FTC’s case against Intel is rather weak and overblown. Overall the feeling is that any penalties by the FTC will be minor and that Intel's operational activities will be "unobstructed" after a ruling in the matter is handed down.

Freedman said his firm does not currently see any potential change in Intel's business practices that would impact the company's earnings potential. Broadpoint AmTech believes Intel has a "much stronger case than people realize" and that the company will receive a favorable ruling on the matter before the end of 2010.

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