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Intel keeps lowering the bar on the business it's bet its future on (INTC)

With Intel's bread-and-butter PC business slowly evaporating, the chip company has restructured its operations and tied its future to the lucrative data center market. But there's one big problem: Intel keeps missing its growth targets for the data center business. And Wall Street has noticed. Intel's stock initially fell 3.5% after reporting third quarter results on Tuesday.
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