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2007-11-14 U.S. recession could drag IC industry, analyst warns
Gartner analyst Klaus Rinnen warned that a potential recession in the United States could spell trouble for the IC industry
2008-01-14 India, China safe from looming U.S. recession
Economies of developing countries will not be directly affected over the next two years by either the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis or a U.S. economic recession, according to a new World Bank report.
2011-06-29 U.S. Congress' patent reforms draw mixed reactions
While large electronics firms hailed the patent reforms, particularly the minimization of unjustifiable patents, individual investors called them a bill about influence, ignorance and indifference.
2012-11-14 Should China's U.S. investments raise any red flags
China's investments in U.S. companies was once "hardly noticeable" but are now through the roof, according to an economic review board
2011-08-09 Recession risk at 40% as stocks dip 4.3
The stock market has taken a recent plungedropping by 4.3 percentand has fuelled the growing threat of an economic recession
2009-03-10 Recession calls for balance
What do companies need to avoid when managing a recession? Here are 10 things to note
2008-09-25 Intel's Barrett criticizes U.S gov't policies
The United States is throwing its future down the drain. That was one of the startling statements from Intel Corp. chairman Craig Barrett, in an interview with Business Week magazine.
2003-07-28 Embedded recession is over, CEO says
The recession in the embedded systems market is over, the chief executive of a major tools maker declared
2003-01-06 Industry consolidation favors Asia
In 1996, the PC industry went through a major consolidation - one that saw Taiwan ODMs venture into their own.
2008-01-10 Economic woes dampen hopes for electronics growth
Despite various predictions of a robust global growth this year for the electronics electronic equipment market, prevailing economic winds seem to dictate otherwise.
2009-02-06 Report: TI France workers lament job cuts
According to reports and sources at the company, angry employees at Texas Instrument Inc.'s French subsidiary have held protest in recent days on the job cuts and lackluster severance packages offered by the chipmaker.
2009-02-17 Who's immune to the global downturn?
More than a year after the U.S. economy officially slid into recession, high-tech companies are suddenly discovering they're not immune to the now-global downturn.
2009-05-04 Update: IBM faces union ire
Sparks were expected to fly at IBM Corp.'s shareholders last week, as a union is expected to urge the company to stop cutting and offshoring U.S. jobs
2002-11-28 Toshiba opens second design center for 2002
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. has opened its seventh U.S.-based design center located in San Diego, California, which also is the second design center to be launched by the company this year
2006-09-26 Slower electronics growth threatening Asia
The outlook for 2007 remains reasonably strong, as long as the United States doesn't pitch into full-blown recession
2009-07-24 Silicon Valley sets sights on Taiwan stock market
Silicon Valley executives are eyeing Taiwan's stock markets as a place for raising capital to fuel their growth given the tight U.S. venture capital and public markets
2008-05-05 Samsung stays on top of DRAM rankings
Samsung Electronics maintained its DRAM market lead in Q1, cranking up production as competitors retreated in response to weak market conditions and a U.S. economic recession.
2004-03-18 Next downturn not far away, analyst says
The semiconductor industry's return to profitability probably will be short-lived, as a coming slowdown in consumer and IT upgrade spending are conspiring with capacity additions to create another recession in 2005, a top industry forecaster said Monday (March 15, 2004
2011-03-02 IC Insights predicts 12% automotive IC market growth in 2011
IC Insights says U.S. automotive market recovery and China's rapid motorization will help propel the automotive IC market up 12 percent in 2011
2010-02-04 Hot buttons for 2010: Convergence, green tech
Meenus Sarin takes a look at an industry fresh out of a recession. What will 2010 hold for electronics design engineers and managers, particularly those in the ASEAN and India? Read on to find out
2008-12-18 Group supports Taiwan DRAM bailout plan
The U.S.-Taiwan Business Council Taiwan is backing a proposed government bailout of Taiwan's ailing DRAM industry
2010-01-13 Economist sees Nike swoosh-shape recovery
DuPont economist Robert Fry said recession over but the question is what will the worldwide recovery look like? Fry does not expect a V-shape recovery in 2010, but something different
2009-02-25 Difficulties to haunt China's IC industry
As the worldwide semiconductor market plunged into recession with the deepening global financial crisis, China's economic growth and exports gradually slowed down as well, according to CCID Consulting. The firm predicts 2009 to be a year of unprecedented difficulties for China's IC industry
2003-07-01 Chip industry showing its age
Market stability has always been an elusive goal for U.S. chip vendors, but that hasn't stopped the experts from predicting the end of the boom/bust cycles every so often
2011-03-11 China invests in green development
On Jan. 26, the U.S. Embassy in the Chinese capital reported the average daily air quality index was in the red zone. That's face-mask conditions for the average motorist and bicyclist
2009-02-24 ADI consolidates fabs amid sales drop
Analog Devices Inc. will accelerate plans to consolidate its two remaining U.S. fabs into one facility as part of an effort to permanently reduce spending in the face of further projected revenue decline of 5 to 15 percent
2007-12-07 Gartner: Tough times ahead as industry shifts to 32nm
Gartner has pulled down its forecast for the semiconductor industry for this year and next, warning times will only get tougher as the industry moves to 32nm process technology.
2008-03-04 Gartner halves 2008 chip forecast
Citing a weak demand picture and slumping prices, Gartner Inc. has cut its worldwide chip forecast by nearly one-half.
2008-01-16 Gartner gives grim chip outlook
Gartner Inc. forecasts that the semiconductor market will grow less than 5 percent over the 2006 to 2011 period, but what's more troubling is the news that the traditional difficulties of the memory-chip sector are likely to flare up into a major crisis during the period.
2008-05-01 Fabless ASIC camp gets funds
eASIC Corp. has announced that it raised $48 million in late-stage financing, joining a number of other fabless ASIC vendors that have completed sizable funding rounds to boost their competitiveness.
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