Intel is reporting record-breaking sales for its final quarter of 2004. As a whole, 2004 looks like a pretty good year for the chip giant.
For 2004, Intel posted earnings of $7.5 billion on sales of $34.2 billion, compared to $5.6 billion on sales of $30.1 billion a year earlier. The company's previous sales record was $33.7 billion in 2000.Intel plans capital expenditures between $4.9 and $5.3 billion for this yearover $1 billion more than last year.
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