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2005-09-05 Sipex to outsource manufacturing to China
Sipex Corp. plans to close its U.S. wafer manufacturing facility and outsource manufacturing to a Chinese company, Sipex said Thursday (Sept. 1).
2015-09-29 Singapore sets up SE Asia's largest 3D printing facility
U.S.-based semiconductor company Ultra Clean Technology has launched in Singapore a $3.5-million 3D printing facility that is believed to be the biggest and most comprehensive in Southeast Asia.
2015-09-24 Singapore boosts 3D printing capabilities with new cluster
Singapore launched the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster to harness, strengthen and expand the country's growing 3D printing capabilities as an integrated hub.
2007-11-20 Siemens to overhaul China operations
After bribery scandals rocked its China operations, Siemens announced it will restructure its business in said country to focus on energy development, industrial applications and automation technologies.
2008-07-10 Siemens job cuts to impact many engineering posts
Straightening out rumors that circulated, Siemens has finally specified its planned job cuts, which against earlier announcements of CEO Peter Loescher, will cover many engineering positions.
2012-08-03 Sharp to shave off 5,000 jobs as earnings dip continues
Sharp is forced to let go of almost ten percent of its current employees in hopes of curbing profit decline.
2012-09-20 Sharp Philippines to start assembly line for LCD TVs
Sharp will convert its manufacturing facility in Alabang to an LCD assembly plant as it phases out CRTs by next month.
2012-11-06 Sharp faces grim future
Sharp announced massive quarterly loss and warned that its days as an independent company may be numbered.
2005-07-18 Shares surge on rumor of ST interest in Hynix
Shares in Hynix Semiconductor Inc. surged 8.4 percent after the Korean memory chipmaker said it had been approached by STMicroelectronics NV to begin talks on expanding the two companies' alliance in memory chips, according to an Associated Press report.
2003-09-03 SGI streamlines operations to lower costs
Silicon Graphics has announced that it is pursuing additional actions to lower costs and intensify focus on new high-performance computing, storage, and visualization products.
2002-08-07 Semiconductor sales show rate increase in Q2
The Semiconductor Industry Association reported that quarterly sales have increased by 5.8 percent to $11.35 billion in the June quarter from $10.73 billion in the March quarter of this year.
2009-02-06 SemiBuzz: Micron mulls Spansion takeover
Rumors are running rampant that Micron Technology Inc. is looking at buying Spansion. Micron is a major player in NAND flash, DRAM and CMOS image sensors, but it has no presence in NOR.
2003-03-20 SEMI records $782M in orders for February '03
The North American-based manufacturers of semiconductor equipment posted $782 million in orders in February 2003 and a book-to-bill ratio of 0.99, according to the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International.
2009-03-16 Seiko Epson, Sony: soon-to-be LCD allies
Seiko Epson Corp. and Sony Corp. will begin discussions about an alliance in the field of small- and medium-sized LCDs, including the transfer of a part of business assets of Seiko Epson to Sony.
2006-05-23 Sanyo reports huge loss
Sanyo Electric reported a record net loss of about $1.8 billion for its fiscal 2005 ending in March.
2005-07-07 Sanyo plans to cut 15% of workforce, say reports
Sanyo Electric, one of Japan's major electronics manufacturers, said it plans to cut 14,000 jobs, or about 15 percent of its 96,000-person global workforce, over the next three years, according to online reports.
2007-04-19 Sanyo invites bids for chip business
Carrying on its spin-off plans, Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. has stated the sale of its semiconductor business, with bidders expected to express interest before end of the month.
2007-07-06 Sanyo Electric ratchets up battery line
Sanyo Electric will spend $245 million to raise output of its rechargeable batteries for laptops, AP reported.
2005-11-22 Sanyo downgrades forecast after steep loss
Sanyo has reported a huge loss in the first half of its fiscal year and has reduced its full year guidance, projecting a loss reaching 10 percent of its estimated sales.
2014-12-02 Samsung mobile chief retains job despite poor performance
J.K. Shin, the embattled mobile chief of Samsung, gets to keep his job despite failing to generate huge sales for the company's flagship products, the Galaxy S5 and Note 4.
2007-11-20 Samsung drops 1,600 names from payroll
Samsung Electronics has cut more than 1,600 jobs this year, the first dip in its labor force in a period of five years.
2009-12-16 Samsung dips $418M in LCD facility expansion
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has authorized an investment of 484.6 billion won ($418 million) for the expansion of an LCD line.
2008-02-13 Rumor: Motorola, Nortel discuss merger of wireless units
Media reports circulated early this week that Motorola and Nortel Networks are in talks for a joint venture that would combine their wireless network infrastructure.
2002-06-05 RTL-to-GDSII flow shows signs of maturity
The RTL-to-GDSII design flow will take center stage at next week's Design Automation Conference in New Orleans, as several vendors show new technologies intended to solidify an all-in-one flow.
2008-04-18 RFMD moves all production testing to China
RFMD has announced it will consolidate its production test facilities for high volume cellular products to reduce cycle time, better serve its customer base and improve overall profitability.
2006-01-24 Report: Sony cuts 400 from U.S. TV plant
Sony Electronics is shutting down its television picture-tube manufacturing line in Rancho Bernardo, California, laying off 400, the company announced last week.
2008-11-19 Report: Micron preps to buyout Qimonda
If German publication Wirtschaftswoche is correct, Micron Technology has sought an option to takeover competitor Qimonda, along with the acquisition of Qimonda's stake in the Inotera joint venture.
2007-09-27 Report: Flextronics bids adieu to France
Electronic manufacturing service (EMS) provider Flextronics International Ltd. is reportedly shutting down its plant at Chateaudun, France
2016-04-12 Renesas to appoint 3rd CEO in less than a year
The Japanese chip company will hire Bunsei Kure, a former CEO of Calsonic Kansai, a large Japanese automotive component supplier, as its new president and CEO.
2005-12-12 Renesas denies flash memory exit
Renesas Technology will halt development of its AG-AND flash memory, but said it will continue manufacturing and supplying current flash memory products.
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