Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment Semiconductors


  • Taiwan will join expanded ITA scheme: Official

    Jen-Ni Yang, director-general of the Bureau of Foreign Trade, says Taiwan will join the expanded tariff elimination program, which is important for the island's economic growth.

  • SK Hynix wants to boost share price with buyback: Pro

    Following the recent selloff, SK Hynix hopes to stabilize its stock price with the share buyback, says Mehdi Hosseini, senior analyst and senior VP of Semiconductors at Susquehanna Financial Group.

  • Qualcomm's strategy: What works and what doesn't

    Qualcomm's massive cost cuts aren't surprising, but a split-up of its business will be "value-destructive", says Stacy Rasgon, managing director & senior analyst, U.S. semiconductors at Sanford C. Bernstein.

  • Chief executive and vice-chairman resign in the wake of an independent report on the company's accounting scandal. But the stock has surged.

  • A sign for International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) stands outside offices at the Moscow International Business Center.

    IBM beat bottom line expectations but cited currency headwinds as profit and revenue both fell about 13 percent from the prior year.

  • Intel beats Street but don't run to stock: Analyst

    We need to see some changes at Intel, says Alex Gauna, JMP Securities senior analyst breaking down Intel's quarterly results, and weighing in on growth prospects for the tech giant.

  • How to play the chip slide

    Chris Rolland, FBR Capital Markets analyst, gives perspective to the semiconductor index as the space takes a hit and analyzes where he sees opportunity.

  • Old tech can't catch a break

    The FMHR traders discuss oid tech as a semiconductor selloff continues and suggests investment opportunities within the space.

  • A file photo of a semiconductor wafer.

    A computer chip made out of wood pulp is flexible, transparent and biodegradable, and can be used in wearables and "smart" textiles.

  • Qualcomm spin off looks slim

    Qualcomm's chairman says he has no plans to spin off the company's chip business despite pressure from activist investors.

  • The Nasdaq in Times Square, New York.

    "Fast Money" traders discussed how to play tech stocks after chipmakers helped drag down the Nasdaq on Friday.

  • Intel is running into technological limitations that Altera's intellectual property can potentially solve, David Garrity tells CNBC.

  • The Qualcomm booth at the 2014 International CES.

    Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom all saw big gains on Wednesday, and "Fast Money" traders discussed which names have more room to run.

  • Broadcom Corp. signage is displayed outside of the company's headquarters in Irvine, California.

    "Fast Money" traders looked at stocks that could pop in the battered semiconductor sector after Applied Materials' earnings beat.

  • Samsung mobile turnaround is 'remarkable': Pro

    Nam Hyung Kim, managing director of Arete Research Asia, says first-quarter earnings for Samsung's mobile division staged a turnaround before the launch of the Galaxy S6.

  • Trading Intel ahead of earnings

    What will earnings mean for the tech giant? Erin Gibbs of S&P Capital IQ and Todd Gordon of discuss with Brian Sullivan.

  • Tracking the NXP-Freescale merger

    Trip Chowdhry, senior analyst & managing director at Global Equities Research, says the merger allows both firms to leverage on individual strengths and take advantage of cost-cutting.

  • Cypress CEO too wary to invest

    Cypress Semiconductor CEO T.J. Rodgers outlines issues with President Obama's budget proposal and its impact on the tech industry.

  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Credit: Activision-Blizzard) -

    The year-end holiday boost makes video game and semiconductor stocks top trades for the second half of earnings season, analysis suggests.

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    Glenn Hutchins also tells CNBC that technological advances will take away even more jobs, but he thinks the problem is manageable.