Applied Materials announces $1.9 billion order

We’ve argued that Applied Materials’ (AMAT’s) estimate of $3.5 billion in revenues in 2010 was a low-balled figure (see the February 14, 2008 LRSJ). This week the company went a long ways toward proving that argument right: AMAT announced Tuesday morning that it had just contracted for $1.9 billion,...

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