President Biden signed an executive order Wednesday designed to make U.S. supply chains more resilient and secure.
The U.S. Semiconductor Industry Association has asked President Biden for robust funding for manufacturing and research.
The company says there's a semiconductor shortage, and it will reassess the situation in mid-March
When the pandemic first hit last spring, auto plants shut down and carmakers curbed semiconductor orders.
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The firm wants to catch up with the leading-edge chips made by U.S., South Korean and Taiwanese companies.
The industry hoped things would pick up this year. The industry was wrong.
The company's loss in federal court could require it to overhaul its business model, depriving the U.S. industry-leading semiconductor maker of next-generation R&D funds.
The American semiconductor titan Qualcomm found itself in the crosshairs of the US-China trade spat when its mega deal — as in $44 billion dollars — to buy a Dutch chip-maker has cleared every global regulatory approval required — except in China. With no approval from China in sight and a deadline looming at midnight tonight, Qualcomm […]