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Among the stock activity stories for Tuesday, Feb. 1, from The Associated Press: Full story

AMD jumps as Sterne Agee boosts its rating

Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. jumped Tuesday as Sterne Agee urged investors to buy the stock, saying it is likely to rise after the surprise firing of the company's chief executive sent shares to a cyclical low. Full story

Leadership worries hang over chipmaker AMD

Concerns about Advanced Micro Devices Inc roll-out of its new PC chips hung over its shares, despite the company's expectations of a better-than-seasonal first quarter. Full story

Ahead of the Bell: AMD results meet expectations

Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices Inc. still has "a lot to prove in 2011," even though it has made substantial improvements in its business, a Jefferies analyst said Friday. Full story

AMD tops estimates with 4Q results

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. said Thursday that its fourth-quarter profit shrank from a year ago, when a big legal settlement it won from archrival chip maker Intel Corp. pumped up AMD's earnings. Full story

Mobile doubts weigh on chipmakers Intel, AMD

Fears about Intel Corp's absence in tablets and smartphones are overshadowing the chipmaker's strong earnings and reinforcing the impression that the company no longer sets the direction of the tech industry. Full story

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