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2012-10-25 Weak demand slumps TI, Wall Street disappointed
Despite TI's third quarter sales coming in at the upper half of the company's targeted range, the result still fell below analysts' expectations.
2009-01-19 Wall Street forecasts 20% IC market dip in '09
Wall Street has given its 2009 fearless predictions for the IC and fab-tool sectors at the Industry Strategy Symposium.
2005-08-29 Wall Street down on ATE industry
The automatic test equipment (ATE) industry is finally showing some signs of life after a major slump, but Wall Street remains disappointed with the loss-ridden sector.
2013-01-28 Apple stock plunges, Wall Street concerned
Apple's stock price dipped by almost 10 per cent following the company's forecasted sequential sales decline of more than 20 per cent.
2008-09-30 Analysts stay cool amid Wall Street crisis
Analysts remain positive that the crisis on Wall Street may not have a strong negative impact on the electronics industry.
2015-05-29 What's the deal with the Avago-Broadcom M&A?
This merger begs a big question: Where will Broadcom integration vision turn? Will Broadcom's team be allowed to sustain its discipline in execution? Most important, will Henry Samueli stay?
2015-01-30 China's antitrust issues threaten US semicon industry
The need to build Chinese walls in the semiconductor industry is taking on a completely new significance as China's antitrust regulators start to flex their muscles.
2008-09-10 WSJ: Dell to sell off PC factories
The Wall Street Journal has reported that Dell Inc. is exploring the sale all of its PC manufacturing facilities to contractors in its bid to reduce operating costs and improve its ability to swiftly respond to market conditions.
2009-01-06 Will 2009 welcome a cheaper iPhone?
A lower-cost version of Apple Inc.'s popular iPhone, unofficially dubbed the "iPhone Nano" by some, could be hitting stores by Q2 09, according to a Wall Street analyst.
2012-04-05 Spansion to offer SLC NAND in Hynix deal
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal SK Hynix, will make the NAND flash chips and Spansion will test, package, sell and support them under its brand name.
2002-10-01 Recruitment, pay issues highlight 2002 survey
Asia's electronics engineers are still looking for the proverbial light at the end of tunnel as a prolonged economic downturn continues to hound the global electronics industry. Last year's forecast of a 2002 recovery has long been forgotten, and companies are bracing themselves from the impact of the accounting scandals that have rocked Wall Street. On the other hand, the continued exodus of multinational electronic manufacturers to mainland China as well as India and Taiwan's efforts to strengthen their respective IC design sectors have somewhat intensified the recruitment of electronic engineers in Asia.
2002-03-08 Outlook remains bleak for comms spending
The outlook for communications hardware through 2002 remains bleak on multiple fronts, especially wired telecom, where carriers' spending plans and Wall Street's expectations for top telecom OEMs may be out of whack.
2008-10-20 Opinion: Tech firms will have enough investment
The nightmare du jour on Wall Street springs from the idea that the whole global economy is being starved of investment because bankers are not willing to lend each other or even among companies.
2014-11-10 More trouble ahead for Qualcomm?
Qualcomm reported earnings and revenues slightly below Wall Street expectations for its fourth quarter this week, and it gave cheery guidance for its next quarter and next fiscal year. So why did the chip maker's share price fall by 6 per cent immediately after the announcement?
2006-10-10 Lam Research defies slowing tool market trend
Lam Research continues to be one of the few shining stars in the capital equipment market. The company is expected to exceed Wall Street's forecast for the September quarter.
2008-12-22 Intel: No job cuts despite market slump
A Wall Street analyst again reduced earnings estimates for Intel Corp., citing continued deterioration in PC demand, but noted that Intel said it is not planning a meaningful headcount reduction.
2015-03-30 Intel plans to buy Altera
Intel is in advanced talks to acquire rival Altera, according to a report by Wall Street Journal. The U.S. tech giant shifts its focus to mobile devices and Internet-connected devices as PC sales decline.
2006-11-27 Broadcom in iPhone, report says
A Wall Street analyst believes that Broadcom Corp. has secured a place in Apple Computer Inc.'s anticipated mobile phone product, according to a Reuters report.
2013-01-17 Apple cuts iPhone 5 part orders in half, says report
In a recent report by the Wall Street Journal, Apple is cutting orders for the iPhone 5 screens to half of what the company previously planned while also cutting orders for its other components.
2002-06-25 Analysts flatten computer growth forecasts
Wall Street analysts cratered already low growth forecasts for the computer industry in 2002-2003 to near zero this week following quarterly earnings warnings from Apple Computer Inc., Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and others.
2007-09-07 Analyst: Yahoo buyout may cost Microsoft $53B
Yahoo remains an attractive and expensive buyout target for a number of companies, including Microsoft, according to a Wall Street analyst, who placed the likely value of Yahoo at $53B.
2005-06-07 Agilent chip division up for sale, say reports
Electronics and test equipment maker Agilent Technologies Inc., which was spun off from Hewlett Packard Co., is looking to sell its semiconductor products division, according to online reports which referenced the Wall Street Journal citing sources familiar with the matter
2004-07-20 Synopsys chief takes fab vendors to task
The chief executive of EDA industry leader Synopsys Inc. told a chip industry conference that the emerging design-for-manufacturing approach is a two-way street and that the two industry segments must find ways to collaborate
2011-03-21 Xilinx poised to catch Altera at 28nm
Calling its Kintex 28nm device family a winner, analysts predict Xilinx would catch Altera at 28nm as the company is now sampling its second 28nm product, ahead of Altera.
2005-10-11 WSTS rolls PLD data into standard-cell category
The World Semiconductor Trade Statistics organization has rolled its numbers for programmable logic into the larger category of standard cells, prompting a debate over whether the move provides less visibility into the PLD industry.
2016-05-06 Will drones fill Intel's smartphone market void?
Coming on the heels of its recent announcement of massive layoffs and cancelling of mobile SoC platforms, Intel turns a new leaf with drones.
2008-07-25 What has driven Cadence to buyout Mentor?
Although I have heard from a few financial analysts who think the acquisition is good for Cadence and for the industry, I continue to believe it will not work even if classical investment theory says it should.
2016-01-04 What awaits the electronics industry this 2016?
The desktop, notebook, smartphone and tablet markets are expected to carry on this 2016, but none will bring significant growth in this year.
2011-05-02 Uncovering the mysterious A5
Here's a closer look at Apple's A5, the second-generation processor that powers the iPad 2.
2015-12-01 Toshiba plans to sell part of chip business to raise capital
Observers say there is a deal to be done between Toshiba and China's state-controlled Tsinghua Unigroup, which has made an unsuccessful informal bid of $23 billion to Micron Technology.
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