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2008-03-18 Cirrus Logic to shut down China IC design unit
Cirrus Logic has submitted an 8-K filing with the U.S. SEC reporting the company's commitment to closing its fabless IC design subsidiary in China, Caretta Integrated Circuits.
2009-02-25 Quest continues for Spansion white knight
The new president and CEO of Spansion Inc. will be entitled to a bonus of $1.75 million if he can find a buyer or white knight for the troubled memory company, according to a filing
2004-09-13 Mentor paid $50 million for 0-In, closes acquisition
Mentor Graphics Corp. paid roughly $50 million in stock for assertion-based verification tool startup 0-In Design Automation, according to an 8-k Mentor filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission earlier last week
2008-09-17 LTX-Credence streamlines operations
LTX-Credence Corp. plans to layoff an undisclosed number of employees and close redundant facilities as part of its integration plan following the August merger of the former ATE rivals, according to a regulatory filing
2005-07-04 IBM, Magma extended cross-licensing agreement, will conduct joint R&D
Magma Design Automation Inc. and IBM Corp. have forged a new licensing and joint R&D agreement to develop technology for physical synthesis and routing, according to an 8-K form that Magma filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Thursday (June 30
2006-03-28 China's IC demand outpaces production
In China, the nation's growing chip consumption continues to outpace its domestic fab productionby a wide margin, according to market research firm The Information Network.
2007-09-18 NAND makers face class action suit over price fixing
SanDisk and 23 other companies are facing a class action suit over alleged price fixing for NAND flash memory devices in the market.
2004-07-14 MoSys drops suit to force Synopsys merger
After three days of trial, attorneys from Synopsys and Monolithic System Technology (MoSys) decided they'd had enough - so they agreed Thursday night (July 8, 2004) to settle the lawsuit that MoSys had filed in an attempt to force a merger between the companies.
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