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2011-06-28 Freescale undergoes "identity" makeover
Freescale implements a series of demos, training, and presentations to communicate to its stakeholders and constituency that it has recovered from previous state of serious debt.
2009-12-08 Freescale overhaul is a 'work in progress'
Nothing displays how seriously Freescale Semiconductor Inc. views the challenges facing the company than some of the tough discussions begun behind closed doors some 18 months ago.
2009-03-18 Freescale enters debt-swap to cope with downturn
Freescale Semiconductor Inc.'s top executives are hinging the company's survival and ability to prosper through the ongoing recession on a series of actions the IC vendor has taken in recent months, the most important of which is a multibillion-dollar debt swap.
2016-01-25 Foxconn plans to buy Sharp for $5 billion
The Taiwanese electronics contract manufacturer is secretly working to buy Sharp, which is struggling to pay its debt worth more than $9.2 billion, accumulated over the past four years.
2009-05-07 Foundry startup CEO sketches bright future
While some observers state the foundry market is already overcrowded and consolidation is in evitable, particularly in Europe, startup Landshut Silicon Foundry GmbH co-founder and managing director Michael Lehnert, sketches out a bright future.
2014-08-28 Fairchild to shut down Penang, Bucheon fab lines
The company is planning to close manufacturing and assembly sites in Malaysia as well as South Korea. The ceasing of operations of its 5-inch lines and reduction in 6-inch facilities will impact about 9,000 employees worldwide.
2007-02-02 Cypress to sell SVTC biz for $53M
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. will sell its R&D arm Silicon Valley Technology Center to private equity firms Oak Hill Capital Partners and Tallwood Venture Capital.
2006-04-04 Clock management devices get QFN packaging
ON Semiconductor announced that several of its clock management products are available in a new lead-free, 32-pin QFN package.
2008-02-01 Clean tech to get more VC funding
A survey from the National Venture Capital Association predicts that venture capital dollars for clean technology will grow year but semiconductor funding will decline.
2007-01-24 Chipmakers to curb equipment shopping spree in '07
Coming off a near-record year in 2006, the semiconductor equipment industry may be entering rougher waters in 2007, analysts said at the recent Industry Strategy Symposium.
2015-11-26 China's M&A spree shakes up chip industry
The nascent Internet of Things has created a strong demand for all kinds of semiconductors, which pushed chipmakers to buy their peers to increase capacity and capabilities.
2009-12-30 Chartered expands amid ATIC takeover
Amid a plan to be acquired, Singapore's Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd said it has begun the next phase of an expansion plan within its 300mm fab in Singapore.
2010-01-12 Buzz: NXP puts TriMedia on sale
NXP Semiconductors is looking for buyers to take over TriMediathe company's once most coveted VLIW multimedia processor, EE Times has learned.
2014-11-21 Buffett to recharge EV battery market with Duracell?
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. agreed to buy Duracell for $4.7 billion in a move that could boost wireless charging, and expand Duracell into batteries for vehicles and the power grid.
2006-02-28 Avago to sell printer ASICs business to Marvell
Avago Technologies disclosed that it signed a definitive agreement to sell its printer ASICs business to Marvell for $240 million in cash upon closing.
2008-10-31 Atmel junks 'devalued' bid of Microchip, ON Semi
Atmel has rejected an unsolicited $2.3 billion bid to buy the company made earlier this month by Microchip and ON Semiconductor.
2006-08-09 Atmel fires CEO, three others over misuse of travel funds
Amid a stock-option probe and other issues, Atmel disclosed that it has fired George Perlegos, its president and chief executive, and three others over alleged misuse of corporate travel funds.
2013-03-18 Andes Technology extends processor core support to the U.S.
During a time of consolidation in the processor core market, Andes Technology is substantially accelerating its business plans by expanding to the American market.
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.
2010-01-18 Analysis: Intel not likely to buy major FPGA vendor
Intel Corp. wants to move beyond its MPU base to the digital and Internet connectivity markets but its transition into new segments will not involve huge and disruptive acquisitions.
2010-04-28 Analysis: Freescale readies for IPO
Freescale chairman and CEO Rich Beyer would not put a timeline on plans for an IPO but the IC vendor is several steps closer to returning to the equity market as a publicly-traded company.
2008-02-28 Analysis: Demise of India's IC manufacturing dreams
India's manufacturing dreams appear to be doomed as SemIndia's $3 billion fab project is likely to die a premature death as will another fab planned by IEMC.
2005-10-12 Amkor spin-off Integra focuses on test
Integra Technologies LLC, once part of Amkor Technology Inc., on Monday (Oct. 10) announced the commencement of its operations in the chip-testing sector.
2005-10-28 Amkor cuts jobs, hikes prices amid Q3 loss
Amid ongoing losses in its chip packaging and test business, Amkor Technology Inc. on Wednesday (Oct. 27) said that it has raised prices for select products, but it also implemented a series of cost-cutting measures.
2007-08-30 Acer-Gateway merger puts Lenovo under pressure
Besides threatening to push Lenovo to fourth in the global market, the Acer-Gateway merger could kill Lenovo's talks to buy Packard Bell.
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