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2005-06-30 ON Semi to move site 2 wafer fab at Malaysia
As part of its ongoing strategy to consolidate manufacturing capabilities at key sites and improve operating efficiencies, ON Semiconductor plans to transfer wafer-fab operations from its site 2 facility in Seremban, Malaysia, to its facility in Phoenix, Arizona by the end of 2006 and also announced a reduction in force.
2014-04-04 ON Semi to buy Truesense to boost industrial presence
ON Semi has agreed to acquire Truesense Imaging, which produces interline transfer CCD, full frame CCD, linear CCD, and CMOS image sensors that target several industrial end-markets.
2012-08-03 ON Semi continues to scale back, cuts more jobs
With its CFO stepping down, ON Semi has announced its plans to lay off additional employees as part of a plan to save $10 million to $15 million each year.
2008-04-28 OLPC loses another executive
The OLPC project has lost another key person as the foundation overhauls it operations and welcomes Microsoft's Windows OS, according to an Associated Press report.
2007-06-14 OEMs turn to contract manufacturers to cut costs
More and more OEMs are turning to contract electronics manufacturers to help them focus on low-cost product innovation, Frost & Sullivan revealed.
2008-04-22 NXP steps out of Philips' shadow
NXP has instituted a major reorganization plandubbed Business Renewal Strategythat is fast reshaping NXP into the antithesis of the company established by Philips Electronics NV.
2009-01-07 NXP needs to sell more assets to survive
Despite his experience and knowledge of the industry, NXP's new president and CEO Richard L. Clemmer cannot surgically resolve NXP's boatload of problems without resorting to drastic measures.
2009-10-08 NXP changes raise questions on long-term plans
Questions about its long-term plans hound NXP Semiconductors after its announced sale of its TV and digital STB units to Trident Microsystems.
2009-06-23 Nortel sells wireless unit to Nokia Siemens for $650M
Nokia Siemens Networks has agreed to acquire key assets from Nortel to strengthen its position in LTE and to expand its market presence in North America.
2004-08-24 Nortel restructures, cuts 3,500 more employees
Financial troubles announced earlier this year continue to force communication equipment developer Nortel Networks to make big changes in its operations.
2009-10-07 Nortel puts GSM/GSM-R unit on sale
Nortel Networks Corp. announced plans to sell by "open auction" substantially all of its global GSM/GSM-R business.
2002-10-09 Nortel Networks sells optical components assets to Bookham
Nortel Networks Corp. has agreed to sell certain assets relating to its optical components business, to Bookham Technology.
2006-07-24 Nokia's profits, sales pushed by Asian phone sales
Second quarter profits at Nokia jumped to $1.4 billion, mainly on the back of significantly better sales in emerging markets such as China and India.
2012-02-02 Nokia Siemens slashes Germany, Finland workforce
Nokia Siemens Networks is currently in talks with labor unions in its Germany and Finland sites about slashing more than 4,000 jobs.
2012-04-18 Nokia knows no recovery
The ex-No. 1 in the mobile handset market has "rested too long on its laurels and failed to provide the innovation the market needed, which in the consumer electronics industry is a major mistake."
2010-08-12 No more amorphous silicon panels from Suntech Shanghai
China's biggest solar manufacturer, Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd, has scrapped manufacturing amorphous silicon thin-film solar panels to favour crystalline silicon solar cells. The company will incur impairment charges of more than $50 million as a consequence.
2005-11-14 No growth spike seen for fab tools
Semiconductor equipment vendors continue to see signs of a gradual upturn in the marketplace, but don't look for a huge growth spike in the near term&mdash--if at all.
2010-03-16 New National CEO turns focus on revenue growth
Don Macleod has risen through the ranks of National Semiconductor Corp. to take on the CEO post late last November and has become the man with a missiongrowth in revenue.
2006-02-28 New Matsushita head aims to boost margins
Matsushita Electronics new management team is setting lofty goals as they seek to sustain a slow but steady recovery.
2002-03-19 New Focus to cease China operations
New Focus Inc. has revealed that it will divest operations related to the manufacture and purchase of passive optical components. In line with this, the company will stop operations at its facility in Shenzhen.
2008-11-03 NEC pioneers change in Japan electronics
Hajime Sasaki promised to change NEC Electronics Corp. soon after becoming chairman of the company's board of directors. Nine years later, and almost half a century after joining the company in 1961, Sasaki has unveiled the latest tactic in his efforts to reorganize the electronics giant.
2009-03-06 NEC LCD restructures, to close Kagoshima plant
NEC LCD Technologies Ltd will perform structural reforms that the company says will strengthen efficiency and global operations through consolidation of manufacturing locations.
2002-08-16 NEC chairman urges design-centric road to recovery
Chipmakers will have to get better at designing system-on-chip devices if they are to survive the current, crippling downturn, says NEC chairman.
2002-06-27 NEC chairman says chip industry recovery likely in 2004
The semiconductor industry recovery won't arrive until 2003 at earliest, and more likely not until 2004, according to NEC Corp. chairman Hajime Sasaki.
2005-12-02 MTPD to stop operations of two subsidiaries
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd announced plans to discontinue operations at MT Picture Display Germany GmbH (MTPDG) and MT Picture Display Corp. of America-Ohio (MTPDA OH), and to begin closing/liquidation procedures.
2007-07-09 Motorola charged $101M due to job cuts
Motorola said it expects to incur a net pretax charge of $101 million in Q2 as a result of its work-force reductions, according to a Reuters report.
2007-07-03 Mosaid drops semi IP biz
Mosaid Technologies disclosed it has decided to shelve the assets of its semiconductor intellectual property product business, following a management shakeup.
2002-02-15 More layoffs hit Cadence's Tality
2007-04-24 Mobile phone market continues to grow, reports IDC
Global mobile phone shipments grew to 256.4 million units for the first quarter of 2007, up 10 percent y-o-y, reports IDC in its Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.
2008-08-15 MIPS to slash 15% of workforce
MIPS Technologies Inc. will lay off 15 percent of its 512 employees following a $103.1 million write off it is taking, mainly against the analog business it recently acquired with Chipidea.
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