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2008-08-15 Analysts warn of slowdown in electronics, IC markets
Don't look now, but some expect a "widespread slowdown" in the electronics and chip sectors in the 2H 08 and beyond.
2016-01-13 Analysts disagree on chip forecasts in 2016
While analysts differ on their forecasts of semiconductor revenues in 2016, they agree on one critical factor: China. They say, however, that the Asian powerhouse's role remains largely unknown.
2009-03-31 Analyst warns of further DDR3 delay
Is the transition to DDR3 delayedagain? If so, this would be another blow for DRAM makers, who are looking for relief amid the memory downturn.
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.
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.
2009-02-05 Analysis: Motorola draws final card
Another very challenging set of results from Motorola Inc. has set the scene on what must be the embattled firm's last attempt at being a major player in the manufacturing of mobile phones.
2009-11-12 Analysis: Change is in the wind at SMIC
In just one day alone, SMIC suffered three major setbacks. On Nov. 10, it lost a big patent suit, its CEO and its independence. What's next for this silicon foundry vendor?
2010-06-24 Analysis: Can Spansion pull off a comeback?
Spansion Inc. is looking to make a big comeback. But will it succeed this time around? Or is it doomed to failagain? Analysts are mixed about the NOR flash maker's future prospects.
2008-12-09 Analog vendors suffer more job cuts, lower forecasts
The once-robust analog chip market continues to suffer as vendors report more lay offs and reduced forecasts.
2005-07-29 Amkor, STATS ChipPAC still spilling red ink
Two major chip packaging and test vendors - Amkor and STATS ChipPAC - continue to spill red ink amid slumping demand and severe price pressures in the market.
2004-07-06 Amkor lowers second quarter earnings forecast
Hit by a sudden slowdown in the wireless sector, Amkor Technology Inc. on Thursday (July 1, 2004) said it has raised prices for select products and reduced its earnings forecast for the second quarter of 2004.
2008-12-10 AMD slashes stake in Abu Dhabi foundry JV
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has announced it would reduce its planned stake in the joint venture it announced with Abu Dhabi-government backed Advanced Technology Investment Co. (ATIC).
2009-01-20 AMD plans 900 additional job cuts
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has announced plans to cut additional 900 jobs in Q1 as part of a series of moves designed to reduce the chipmaker's workforce by about 9 percent.
2007-04-24 AMD is nearly out of cash, warns analyst
Following a horrible quarter and market share losses, AMD is within two quarters of running out of cash, warns an analyst with FBR.
2014-06-19 ADI sharpens RF edge with Hittite
The acquisition of Hittite is expected to reposition Analog Devices on the high-end of radio parts suppliers, strengthening its foothold in the industrial, communications infrastructure, and automotive markets.
2012-08-24 ADI sees positive changes in converters sector
Analog Devices says more customers are turning to them not only to source components but to get systems-level solutions.
2010-06-15 10 reasons to remain bullish, worried for 2010
So far, the electronics industry is seeing a big upturn, giving signs of a positive year. Still, there are some concerns. Here are 10 reasons why I'm bullishand worriedabout 2010.
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