Big news was Intel's problem with 7nm transition. Shouldn't be surprising given Intel's track record. Needs major overhaul in it foundry management structure. Of course, corporate management too busy looking at expansion possibilities to bother worrying about existing business functioning.
On the postive side for Intel, the design teams seem to be doing reasonably well in optimizing design performance at the 10 and 14nm nodes which should cover for some sins. Server sales do not seem to be seriously hurt. General chatter seems to be that Intel is holding its own quite well against AMD in the server market. This could lead to some disappointment for AMD investors as the stock price is anticipating extremely positive results. With the expectations reflected in the current stock price, this has become a very risky stock to hold.