DETROIT, March 4- General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra said the No. 1 U.S. automaker was sorry for the recent recall of an ignition-switch linked to 13 deaths, and said the process would take time to play out but the company would work to ensure customer satisfaction.» Read More
*Nidec, Japan Aviation jump after quarterly results. TOKYO, Jan 23- Japan's Nikkei stock average advanced to a two-week high on Thursday, helped by gains in electronics component makers after strong results from Nidec, while some investors sought underperformers in the banking sector.
TOKYO/ OSAKA, Nov 27- Japanese electronic component makers are looking beyond a fickle smartphone market that once lured them with rocketing growth, tying their fortunes more closely to the most resilient of Japan's big industries: automobiles.
*Caterpillar falls after results, Boeing up. Two key Dow components highlighted a mixed earnings picture on Wall Street, with Caterpillar shares down 4.5 percent after cutting its full-year earnings forecast, and Boeing up 2.8 percent after raising its outlook for the year.
*Indonesia usually supplies more than a quarter of world exports. More than half of global tin goes into solder used in electronics, to make circuit boards for products ranging from smartphones to tablets produced by firms such as Blackberry and LG Electronics.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 12- As Apple and other smartphone makers find it harder to wow consumers with new devices, engineers think future breakthroughs may depend more on finding new ways to integrate existing components than on inventing more powerful chips.
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