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Maxims applied: Splitting Intel's Atom: is it fundamentally true that it will lower margins and does it matter?

Posted on: 23-Mar-2009

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It’s pretty simple math: entering a business that has lower margins has to lower a company’s overall margins. But, do shareholders award for higher margins or higher earnings? So what’s the strategic view behind Intel’s Atom? The answer’s simple . . . also, the role Apple's iPhone plays in Intel's strategy.

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