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 Charlie Glavin - “Channel checks reveal PC pricing pressures continue to ratchet up, with no indications of easing until mid-2001, ... We also believe that notebook demand, one of Intel's strongest drivers, has slowed, leaving Intel with less cushion relative to its overall exposure to the PC industry.”
 Charlie Glavin - “Channel checks reveal PC pricing pressures continue to ratchet up, with no indications of easing until mid-2001. We also believe that notebook demand, one of Intel's strongest drivers, has slowed, leaving Intel with less cushion relative to its overall exposure to the PC industry.”
 Charlie Glavin - “We are not changing our estimates today, but do expect to have to lower them again after the call -- both for the second and third quarter. Aggressive pricing and weak demand should mean mid-40 percent gross margins by the third quarter.”
 Charlie Glavin - “We believe that the PC environment hasn't improved, and visibility still remains quite poor, ... We expect this trend to continue through the first half of 2001. As a result, we expect pricing pressure to continue between Intel and AMD through Labor Day, as weak end demand and inventory overhang continue to push both companies down the slippery slope of pricing as the only means of leverage.”
 Charlie Glavin - “We believe that the PC environment hasn't improved, and visibility still remains quite poor. We expect this trend to continue through the first half of 2001. As a result, we expect pricing pressure to continue between Intel and AMD through Labor Day, as weak end demand and inventory overhang continue to push both companies down the slippery slope of pricing as the only means of leverage.”
 Charlie Glavin - “We were previously looking for revenue of 16.1 million and earnings per share of one cent. Weak demand for PCs and flat-panel displays were cited as the culprits.”
 Charlie Glavin - “Our October downgrade was based on concerns that are manifesting themselves now, although current conditions are actually worse than we feared,”
 Charlie Glavin - “I was floored by how bad it was. I don't think it's realistic to expect that this is going to work itself out by the second quarter. This is not an opportunity to buy on a weakness. This is a time to stay on the sidelines. Too many things have to go right. Intel has to reinvent itself very quickly, and you tend not to bet that a supertanker can turn on a dime.”
 Margaret Glavin - “FDA's investigation of BTS revealed serious and widespread deficiencies in their manufacturing practices that provide the agency reason to believe that allowing the firm to manufacture would present a danger to public health by increasing the risk of communicable disease transmission.”
 Charlie Glavin - “It's a little more bullish than I thought. I thought they would err on the side of being more conservative.”
 Charlie Glavin - “That would be an old dog learning new tricks. This is not a company or a management team that has been willing to admit they are making mistakes.”
 Charlie Glavin - “What's curious on this is that TI does not really need the cash right now to sell off the entire business.”