Chip maker Intel beats earnings expectations as it pursues rivals

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San Francisco (AFP) – US chip giant Intel on Thursday said it made more money than expected in the recently ended quarter as it continued to invest in a “geographically balanced” supply chain. Intel shares jumped more than 7 percent to $34.88 in after-market trades. “We delivered a standout third quarter, underscored by across-the-board progress on our process and product roadmaps; agreements with new foundry customers, and momentum as we bring AI everywhere,” said Intel chief executive Pat Gelsinger. Intel reported revenue of $14.2 billion, which was 8 percent less than the amount seen in the…

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