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Heads up, this will be somewhat long, but I'm trying to figure out where I am missing the boat....
I was trying to make sure I understood some of the numbers in the INTC v. TXN report from "TMF TeeTime" and so naively (of course) looked on Quickens web site and pulled their annual and quarterly financial statements. The problem is the net income in Quickens table $1406 for
Dec 1999, doesn't match TeeTime's net income for same period $1451. So I figured Quickens numbers were not the ones to use but I should pull the actual TXN financial statement. What am I not thinking about correctly?
Danny Kugler
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