Altera Corp

Intel now has something in common with oil — both traded under $30.00 on Friday. 24/7 Wall St. wanted to see how the analyst community really views Intel in 2016 and beyond.
Intel ended 2015 down 2.2%, including its dividend adjustments. It should be noted that 2014 was an incredible year for Intel, so 2015 may have been a readjustment year.
If you are surprised about Intel announcing that it has hiked its dividend again, you haven't been reading 24/7 Wall St. long enough.
24/7 Wall St. has a thought here that should seriously be considered, and it comes with an up-front admission that the odds of success would seem to be very low.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include AMD, Apple, Dollar General, Noble Energy and Oracle.
Source: courtesy of Intel Corp.Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) may have a game changer on its hands with the acquisition of Altera Corp. (NASDAQ: ALTR) now finalized. The $54 per share offer is for $16.7...
AMD has been struggling to turn a profit over the past few years. There are very few reasons to be optimistic about the company's prospects at the moment.
The semiconductor segment has been abuzz with mergers and acquisitions. The recent moves still leave more room for mergers to happen in the future.
The market has been flooded with news of mergers and acquisitions, and it doesn’t show any sign of stopping.
The reported standstill period between Intel and Altera has come to an end. With the end of this period came a definitive agreement between the two companies for Intel to acquire Altera.
With its reported standstill pact with Altera coming to an end on June 1, there is a growing belief that a more aggressive or even hostile takeover could be coming from Intel
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Altera,, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Halliburton, MGIC Investment, Nokia, SAP and Teva Pharmaceutical.
Source: ThinkstockEasy come, easy go. That is what the rumor mill around the world of mergers and acquisitions will tell you. The earlier reports that Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) was in talks to...
One big tech and hardware rumor is that ARM Holdings could be bought out. What the rumor really points to is that Apple could be looking to acquire the company.
What investors need to know is that analysts are cooling on their view of a potential Altera-Intel deal.