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2012-10-17 SunPower outlines massive reorganization for Philippine fab
Solar panel maker SunPower Corp. plans to restructure and temporarily idle 6 of its 12 manufacturing lines in the Philippines as it strives to compete during industry transition and oversupply environment.
2008-02-13 Sumitomo makes hostile takeover bid for Axcelis
Japan's Sumitomo Heavy Industries and private-equity firm TPG Group have launched an unsolicited and hostile bid to acquire ion-implanter specialist Axcelis Technologies for approximately $544 million.
2001-03-01 Strict 'surgery' on slate for electronics industry
This news article briefly discusses the required move companies should take for them to profit in the EDA market.
2011-06-28 ST-Ericsson's cost savings affect 500 jobs
Aimed at improving its financial position, ST-Ericsson's cost savings plan involves cutting annualized costs by $120 million by end-2012 and a workforce review affecting some 500 employees worldwide.
2009-06-11 ST-Ericsson sets sights at China, U.S. markets
ST-Ericsson CEO Alain Dutheil disclosed that the new wireless chip group is looking for growth in the U.S. and Chinese markets.
2011-01-28 ST-Ericsson posts bigger losses
ST-Ericsson saw its net loss rise to $177 million in 4Q 2010. It also expects weaker sales in 1Q 2011 due to the decline of legacy products and the effect of first quarter seasonality.
2012-03-16 ST-Ericsson a target for takeover
Potential buyers for ST-Ericsson could include Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Intel Corp., Nvidia Corp. and Texas Instruments, a Reuters report said quoting sources.
2006-01-27 ST's Bozotti plays down Philips merger option
ST's CEO has played down the possibility of a merger with, or takeover of, Philips Semiconductors, raising the lack of geographic complementarity as an issue.
2007-07-12 ST to shut down U.S. manufacturing operations
Over the next two or three years, ST will wind down operations at its older wafer fabs in Texas and Arizona, and move these to less-expensive plants abroad.
2005-09-26 ST to invest $500 million in Singapore
Alleviating fears about its fab efforts in China, STMicroelectronics Inc. said that it remains committed to Singapore and is on target to invest $500 million in the city state, according to a report from The Business Times.
2005-01-28 ST to exit select IC markets amid 4% sales jump
Amid lackluster results in Q4and a gloomy outlook for Q1STMicroelectronics Inc. (ST) said this week (Jan. 26) that it plans to take a $60 million impairment charge for scaling back its efforts in the modem and other non-strategic chip markets.
2008-06-05 ST strives to zero in on more markets
STMicroelectronics is gearing toward high-value applications by renewing its efforts in creating analog ICs, MEMS, power semiconductors and proprietary processes fit for energy, healthcare, automotive electronics and multimedia.
2011-05-25 ST sees hope in TV chip business with ARM-based DTV platform
ST is switching its processing core from ST40 to ARM in its Gen 4 platform for Internet-connected TV, claiming its strong STB expertise will help it do well in the growing Internet-connected TV market.
2012-05-03 ST reveals multimedia convergence strategy
The company will focus on offering a single application processing platform to serve a range of multimedia devices such as STBs, TVs, cars, smartphones and tablets.
2009-05-25 ST ready to shed off old image
Only days after STMicroelectronics N.V. hosted its Annual Investors' Day conference in New York, several analysts have upgraded ratings on the company, boosting its market value by as much as 10 percent and elevating the IC firm's equity performance above many of its peers in the embattled industry.
2014-04-30 ST pares R&D, centres on embedded processing
The Swiss chipmaker's first quarter results showed a 0.7 per cent year-over-year revenue improvement, driven by its joint-venture exit and operating expenses adjustments. ST CEO Carlo Bozotti said the company will move forward with a focus on embedded processing solutions.
2008-07-31 ST offloads HDD controller division to Western Digital
Hard disk manufacturer Western Digital has acquired the hard disk drive controller IP rights, design tools and design team from STMicroelectronics NV.
2008-07-29 ST in talks on Phoenix fab sale
STMicroelectronics NV has confirmed that negotiations are underway regarding the sale of the 200mm Phoenix fab.
2009-01-29 ST cost-cutting scheme affects 4,500 jobs
STMicroelectronics Inc. has outlined a major cost-cutting effort in 2009, which includes plans to shed 4,500 jobs amid loss and poor outlook.
2009-01-19 Spansion seeks strategic alternatives
Spansion Inc. has been exploring strategic alternatives including but not limited toopportunities to merge with or sell to similar U.S. or foreign businesses, according to a company press release.
2009-04-24 Spansion mulls alternatives for wireless biz
Spansion Inc. has decided to pursue a standalone strategy focused on the embedded solutions market and intellectual property licensing and plans to pursue strategic alternatives for its wireless business.
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.
2012-10-23 Sony to cut 2000 jobs in Japanese HQ
The move is a part of the planned 10,000 staff cuts in its global workforce announced by Sony in April.
2014-02-06 Sony mulls selling Vaio PC unit
According to Japan's financial newspaper Nikkei, Sony is reportedly negotiating the terms of a deal to sell its Vaio PC unit to an investment fund called Japan Industrial Partners.
2013-05-15 Sony hangs up electronics badge
Based on Sony's first annual net profit report in five years, it is no longer an electronics company as it generates most of its profits from its financial services department while TV and mobile phone businesses are clearly dragging its bottom line.
2014-11-27 Sony clings stubbornly to smartphone business
The Japanese electronics company's three-year outlook for its mobile business is focused on improving profits rather than increasing size or market share. It is also betting on a multi-billion dollar revenue increase expected from the surge of its PlayStation 4 and image sensor businesses.
2002-03-21 SMTC to shut down Cork subsidiary
EMS provider SMTC Corp. has disclosed plans to close its subsidiary in Cork, Ireland, through a voluntary liquidation.
2013-04-09 Smartphone boom may limit growth for EMS, ODM
The reason behind this forecast is that mobile communications brands increasingly opt to manufacture smartphones on their own, dragging growth opportunities for outsourced manufacturers.
2011-04-29 Smart Modular to be acquired by Silver Lake
Smart believes that by becoming private, it will have the flexibility to deliver to customers the benefits of its long-term strategies and better manage the volatility of the DRAM cycles.
2008-11-24 Slowdown hits Japan fab-tool market, too
Japanese-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted a book-to-bill ratio of 0.81 in October, down from 0.95 in September, according to the Semiconductor Equipment Association of Japan.
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