Preliminary EBITDA is just ~$15m, compared to ~$80m a year ago.
The all-share deal was originally announced to be valued at $35 billion, but thanks to AMD's rapidly appreciating share price, the deal as it closes will effectively cost AMD around $54 billion.
The first quarter of fiscal year 2016 for Nvidia has been mostly bright, and the company is excited for the growth opportunities still to come.
Intel’s first quarter financial information reported a revenue of $12.6 billion, a net income of $2 billion and an EPS of $0.40.
Through a combination of stock buybacks and dividend payments, Nvidia will be returning $1 billion back to its shareholders this fiscal year.
Dell is reportedly interested in accepting a management buyout offer at a price of $13 to $14 per share, which would put the purchase price of the company into a range of $22 to $25 billion.
Dell has seen its share price jump by more than 20 percent on speculation that the company may be in negotiations to be bought out by a private equity firm.
HP valued the services of its chief executive officer Meg Whitman at a total of $15,362,142, according to a filing with the SEC.