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2006-02-21 Ziebart: Infineon must shrink to become a 'problem solver
A sweeping reorientation is the only way to lead Infineon Technologies to lasting profitability, CEO Wolfgang Ziebart told shareholders.
2008-05-28 Ziebart steps down as Infineon CEO
Wolfgang Ziebart has resigned as CEO and president of Infineon Technologies AG effective June 1, due to "different opinions" on the strategic orientation of the company.
2005-03-07 Ziebart positioning Infineon for chip revival
Wolfgang Ziebart, president and CEO of Infineon Technolgies AG, said in his first wide-ranging interview that the chip maker is positioning itself for the end of the chip recession as competitors cut profit expectations.
2007-10-04 Infineon's Ziebart: European chip industry needs subsidies
Infineon CEO Wolfgang Ziebart called for more subsidies for the European chip industry, or the industry would be forced to relocate.
2007-09-12 Infineon's Ziebart in an acquisition spree
Infineon CEO Wolfgang Ziebart is determined push the company's acquisition plans, obviously expecting the consolidation in the semiconductor market to continue and intending to use acquisitions as a measure to strengthen its own position.
2006-11-16 Infineon charts new power path in Asia
Infineon president and CEO Wolfgang Ziebart, senior VP and general manager Reinhard Ploss and Infineon Technologies Sdn Bhd managing director Tan Soo Hee discussed with EE Times-Asia the company's current activities and success strategies in the region, and its focus on the power semiconductors segment within Infineon's AIM business group.
2008-01-21 Infineon CEO: Chipmakers must build systems, not fabs
To survive the wave of consolidation rolling over the semiconductor industry, companies must shift their focus from building fabs to building systems, and they must engage with customers at deep technical levels, according to Wolfgang Ziebart, Infineon CEO.
2007-01-12 IC industry in midst of fundamental change, says Infineon CEO
The IC industry is experiencing consolidation changes that are fundamentally different from any that have gone before, Infineon CEO Wolfgang Ziebart said.
2008-05-19 Speculations abound on Infineon's future
The German press has been speculating about the imminent replacement of Infineon CEO Wolfgang Ziebart, and now the issue has been clouded by talk of a merger deal with rival NXP Semiconductor.
2006-03-20 Infineon eyes acquisition in Japan
Infineon Technologies CEO Wolfgang Ziebart has reiterated plans to strengthen the company's position in the Japanese market.
2005-06-27 Infineon CEO reportedly says no plans to break up company
Wolfgang Ziebart, chief executive of German chip maker Infineon Technologies AG, said he has no plans to break up the company by spinning off its memory chip (DRAM) or communications semiconductor operations in an interview due to appear in Manager Magazine, according to reports online.
2005-12-05 Infineon affirms move to 'fab-lite' strategy
Infineon Chairman and CEO Wolfgang Ziebart affirmed that the company will not build manufacturing capacity below the 90nm node, migrating to a "fab-lite" strategy.
2008-04-25 Infineon acknowledges talks on Qimonda sale
Infineon is in talks to sell memory chipmaker Qimonda, according to CEO Wolfgang Ziebart, and has ruled out negotiations with private equity investors.
2008-07-01 Who calls the shot over at Infineon?
Here's the question shareholders and investors in Infineon Technologies AG would like to have answered: Who really is the boss at the German semiconductor company, the chairman of the supervisory board or the head of the management board?
2008-05-06 Tech firms face new fear: currency fluctuations
The fluctuating currency market is affecting more than fiscal results of top tech companies; it is also skewing competitiveness and preoccupying corporate boards as top management confronts one more issue over which it has limited control.
2008-12-17 Report: 2008 semiconductor revenue takes a plunge
For only the fifth time in the last 25 years, the semiconductor industry will post a decline in revenue, with worldwide semiconductor revenue totaling $261.9 billion in 2008, a 4.4 percent decline from 2007, according to preliminary results by Gartner Inc.
2008-05-13 Opinion: Infineon takeover unlikely
While Infineon might be an attractive takeover candidate, with Samsung and Intel reported to be among interested parties, the reality looks somewhat different.
2008-05-30 Opinion: Infineon needs a leader to survive
Infineon's decision to replace the office of president and CEO with the ambiguous title, "Spokesman of the Management Board," is not only puzzling but is also symptomatic of deeper problems at the company.
2007-10-29 Nanoelectronics group aims for energy savings
Reinforcing worldwide efforts to conserve energy, the European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council has designated increased energy efficiency of electronic equipment as its major research target.
2006-05-02 Memory helps Infineon post turnaround results
Infineon Technologies AG was able to post a pre-tax profit, after four quarters of pre-tax losses, in its second fiscal quarter 2006 financial results.
2007-08-22 LSI sells mobility products biz to Infineon
LSI has signed a definitive agreement to sell its mobility products business to Infineon for $450 million in cash, plus a performance-based payment of up to $50 million payable in Q1 2009.
2008-06-03 Is Freescale eyeing Infineon's wireless biz?
More speculations on Infineon Technologies' fate arise with Freescale rumored to buy the troubled company's communications business while much of the rest may be pushed towards NXP BV.
2007-08-08 Infineon to cut stakes in Qimonda
Infineon plans to cut its stakes in spinoff Qimonda to under 50 percent not later than its annual shareholder meeting in 2009.
2004-12-13 Infineon to build billion-dollar fab in Malaysia
Infineon Technologies AG is set to build a wafer fab for power and logic chips for automotive and industrial applications in Kulim High Tech Park, Malaysia, the company said Wednesday (Dec 8).
2005-09-23 Infineon to approve memory sell-off on Nov. 17, says report
German newspaper Handelsblatt has raised the old idea that Infineon Technologies AG is planning to sell off its loss-making memory chip division, according to a report that referenced the newspaper article.
2008-07-29 Infineon streamlines operations, plans 3,000 layoffs
Suffering from sluggish sales, Infineon Technologies AG has announced more than 10 percent of its workforce as a part of the company's IFX-10+ cost-cutting program. German locations are hit hardest.
2004-05-18 Infineon reportedly planning DRAM unit spin-off
Infineon Technologies AG is considering whether to sell or spin off its DRAM memory chip business, according to European press reports on Thursday, May 13, 2004.
2006-09-14 Infineon opens front-end power fab in Malaysia
Infineon formally opened its first Asia-based front-end power fab in Kulim Hi-Tech Park in Malaysia. This $1 billion facility, dubbed Power Fab, will have a maximum capacity of 100,000 wafer starts per month using 200mm wafer discs.
2006-10-16 Infineon opens front-end fab in Malaysia
Infineon Technologies' first Asia-based front-end power fab in Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Malaysia will have a maximum capacity of 100,000 wafer starts per month using 200mm wafer discs.
2005-05-17 Infineon opens Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore
Infineon Technologies Asia Pte Ltd has opened its Asia-Pacific headquarters in Kallang sector, Singapore.
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