Rambo Tribble writes: Intel Corporation, on the basis of a bump in demand for desktop PCs, improved their outlook for the second quarter and the full year. Pundits are attributing the improved outlook to corporate sales, resulting from Microsoft's EOL on Win XP. Per Reuters, "Shares of Intel jumped 4.97 percent in extended trade after closing up 0.11 percent at $27.96 on Nasdaq."
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