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2009-03-03 Spansion files for bankruptcy
NOR flash supplier Spansion Inc. has filed for bankruptcy amid growing anger among former employees at the company.
2009-02-24 Qimonda U.S. files for bankruptcy, too
Qimonda AG couldn't seem to find a break as the troubled DRAM maker's U.S. subsidiary has now filed for bankruptcy.
2006-02-02 LG.Philips Displays files for bankruptcy protection
LG.Philips Displays Holding B.V. announced that they have filed for insolvency protection.
2012-03-19 Hynix gains from Elpida's bankruptcy
Hynix has been receiving lots of inquiries from clients concerned about securing a stable supply following Elpida's bankruptcy, says Hynix chief Kwon Oh-chul.
2012-05-18 Elpida bankruptcy saved the DRAM market
The market will see a revenue growth this year as a result of a balanced supply and demand due to the exit of major player Elpida Memory Inc. in the DRAM playing field.
2012-03-07 Elpida bankruptcy gives DRAM market a taste of hope
The global ASP for all DRAM shipments is projected to rise to $1.21 by the end of the year, up 15.5 percent from $1.05 at the end of 1H12.
2012-02-29 Elpida bailout denied, firm files bankruptcy
Elpida hasn't been able to reach a deal with the trade ministry, the Development Bank of Japan and its main lenders over financing for 92 billion yen in bonds and loans due by April.
2009-03-06 Analysis: Should NXP file for bankruptcy?
NXP B.V.'s management should begin to consider filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization in order to improve its chances for surviving and emerging stronger from a rapidly deteriorating semiconductor market.
2012-04-10 Trident to sell DTV biz to Sigma
Sigma Designs said it finalized a deal to acquire Trident Microsystems' digital television business for $21 million.
2012-04-10 Toshiba bows out of Elpida bid
Toshiba Corp. no longer plans to bid for a stake in fellow Japanese chip vendor Elpida Memory Inc., according to a Reuters news service report.
2012-05-08 SK Hynix drops Elpida bid
SK Hynix Inc. has dropped its bid for Elpida Memory Inc. according to reports that referenced a regulatory filing in Seoul.
2009-01-27 Restructuring: Will it resurrect Qimonda?
Qimonda has applied for bankruptcy protection while it makes one more attempt to restructure its business. But analysts reckon that this time Qimonda may not come back from the dead
2012-06-29 Report: Micron, Elpida reach acquisition deal
According to a report by Japan's Nikkei newspaper, U.S.-based Micron will acquire the bankrupt Japanese memory firm for about $.2.5 billion (roughly ?200 billion).
2013-03-25 Oversupply pushes Suntech Power to bankcruptcy
Rampant oversupply in the solar industry has forced Suntech Power to declare that its main operating subsidiary has gone bankrupt.
2011-04-07 Nortel accepts Google's $900M patent bid
Pending meaningful patent reform, Google's purchase of Nortel's patent portfolio is seen as the best long-term solution for Google, its users and partners, warding off suits and helping them innovate.
2012-05-09 Micron wins bid to buy Elpida
Quoting a source that claims to have direct knowledge of the deal, Reuters has reported that Micron has won the exclusive right to negotiate to buy bankrupt Japanese DRAM maker Elpida.
2012-05-11 Micron confirms discussions to buy Elpida
According to Micron, Elpida decided to move forward with Micron as its sponsor after the auction process, which closed last week.
2009-06-16 MagnaChip files for insolvency
South Korea's MagnaChip Semiconductor Ltdthe logic spin-off of Hynix Semiconductor Inc.on June 12 filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States.
2012-06-22 Loss-making Micron still eyeing Elpida
Despite the company's losses, Micron's CEO said that the company is still interested in buying Elpida as long as deal can be done under the right terms.
2012-05-22 Hynix, Globalfoundries may still buy Elpida
A group of bondholders in bankrupt Japanese memory chip vendor Elpida Memory Inc. believes Micron Technology Inc.'s bid to acquire the firm's assets is too low.
2012-06-28 Elpida tragedy stabilizes DRAM pricing
Since Elpida Memory Inc. filed for bankruptcy last February, pricing in the dynamic random access memory market has been noticeably less volatile.
2012-03-28 Elpida kicked out of Tokyo Stock Exchange
After filing for bankruptcy last February, Japan's Elpida has been formally delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
2012-04-03 Elpida awaits fate amid potential takeover
Toshiba, Micron and Hynix are reported to have been eyeing the bankrupt Japanese DRAM vendor after failing to get investment and government funding.
2012-02-20 Clouds cast shadow on solar market
Severe snow storms in Europe have forced most solar markets to put system installation on hold while ECD bankruptcy rumors have put solar industry development in doubt.
2009-03-02 Bleak week for memory chipmakers
Memory chipmakers, the hardest-hit of the silicon suppliers, faced bankruptcy, layoffs, and bleak prospects.
2010-04-08 Analysts weigh in on what's next for Spansion
Troubled NOR flash vendor Spansion Inc. missed its target date to emerge from bankruptcy. So what's next?
2012-04-12 Analysts explain who wants Elpida and why
EE Times approached several prominent memory chip analysts and asked for their thoughts on who wants Elpida, why, and what impact the Elpida situation is likely to have on the DRAM business.
2009-03-10 Analyst: Spansion has three options
Jim Handy, an analyst with Objective Analysis, said that Spansion has three options: a merger with another company; re-working the company into a new Spansion; and getting additional financing options.
2012-03-26 Analyst draws possible scenarios for post-Elpida era
Elpida's future remains a focus of the DRAM industry. The Japanese government's stance will have key influence in the matter and Elpida is looking for any viable solution that would enable its survivial.
2015-02-09 Sapphire market loses lustre
The bullish forecast for sapphires, with plans of its integration in various smartphone models, has now come to shaky ground as GTAT filed for bankruptcy and Apple said it would not use a sapphire display cover.
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