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Intel can't even grow profits during a global chip shortage – where did it all go wrong?

By Howard Yu, Professor of Management and Innovation, International Institute for Management Development (IMD)
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American chip-making giant Intel is a shadow of its former self. Despite the global semiconductor shortage, which has boosted rival chipmakers, Intel is making less money than a year ago with net income down 21% year over year to US$4.6 billion (£3.4 billion).…The Conversation


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