Many questions have emerged about slowing growth in the global phone market, but chipmaker Qualcomm doesn't appear to be having any problems.
The San Diego company, which helped popularize the CDMA technology used in cell phones, today reported record results for its fiscal first quarter. It also boosted its expectations for fiscal 2013 revenue and earnings and provided a better-than-anticipated forecast for the current period.
Qualcomm Chief Executive Paul Jacobs noted that revenue, adjusted earnings, and chipset shipments all set records in the quarter ended Dec. 30. He attributed the results to "growing global … Read more