9 Results for

1.45

Article

CNET News Daily Podcast: Zune HD unleashed

Also on today's podcast: Intel contests $1.45 billion fine, voice chat comes to Facebook, and how companies are trying to make electric cars more user-friendly.

By September 15, 2009

Article

Report: Nvidia chimes in, says Intel pricing unfair

Following the European Union decision to fine Intel $1.45 billion, Nvidia is crying foul too.

By May 18, 2009

Article

Intel CEO fires back at EU

Hours after European regulators impose a $1.45 billion fine, Paul Otellini rebuts the charges behind the antitrust action.

By May 13, 2009

Article

Antitrust fine doesn't change Intel-AMD balance

The $1.45 billion fine will cause headaches for Intel's sales force, but the AMD-Intel war will still be won or lost primarily on the companies' technology.

By May 13, 2009

Article

Utilities Updates: burnItAgainSam 1.45; Guest PC 1.0; 4D 2004.1; more

Utilities Updates: burnItAgainSam 1.45; Guest PC 1.0; 4D 2004.1; more

By February 2, 2005

Article

Canon reports sales, profit growth

Canon, the camera and imaging products maker, reported on Thursday earnings of $1.27 billion, or $1.45 per share, for 2001--a 24 percent increase from results the previous year. Revenue was $22 billion, a 7.8 percent increase over 2000. The global technology slump affected demand for the Japanese company's printers, copiers and other business products, Canon said. But sales of digital cameras more than doubled, helping the company's overall camera sales reach $2.89 billion, an increase of almost 20 percent over the previous year.

By January 31, 2002

Article

Steering past cyber speed bumps

Despite analyst skepticism, VeriSign CEO Stratton Sclavos predicts his company will notch 2002 revenue of $1.35 billion to $1.45 billion. That's growth of up to 47 percent. Can he stay on course?

October 29, 2001

Article

Simplified SAN storage system offered

Winchester Systems announced a new low-cost way for businesses to implement a storage area networking (SAN) system to speed access to corporate data. The company's FlashDisk SAN-In-A-Box allows companies to set up a SAN without expensive Fibre channel connections. A SAN-In-A-Box system with eight 7,200-rpm disk drives with total storage of 1.45 terabytes sells for $62,580.

By October 15, 2001

Article

Short Take: Compaq, Dell estimates raised

NatWest Securities raised its earnings forecasts for Compaq Computer and Dell Computer, according to a Reuters report. Compaq's fourth-quarter earnings estimate was raised to $1.60 a share from $1.45, the 1997 EPS forecast to $6 a share from $5.75, and the 1998 forecast to $7.25 from $7. NatWest raised Dell's fourth-quarter estimate to 85 cents a share from 70 cents; it also upgraded the 1997 forecast to $2.62 from $2.47, and the 1998 forecast to $3.50 from $3.25. NatWest's six-month price target for Compaq rose to $90 from $85, for Dell to $63 from $45.

By December 31, 1996