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“Shares in German chipmaker Infineon Technologies jumped 10.8% and shares in mobile handset maker Nokia, which reports on Thursday, climbed 3.4%.”
“Shares in German chipmaker Infineon Technologies jumped 8.4% after ABN Amro upgraded the firm to buy from hold.”
“Russia is also talking to Germany about Sistema's interest in taking a stake in German chipmaker Infineon, a deal that has been mooted since late 2009 although it is not clear whether the purchase is linked to GLONASS chips.”
“Russia's growing appetite for technology companies is the likely cause of renewed speculation about Russian financial holding company Sistema acquiring a stake in German chipmaker Infineon.”
“Shares in German chipmaker Infineon rise 11.7 percent to the top of the German top-30 DAX, after China's Inspur says it is not in talks with Qimonda about taking a minority stake in the insolvent German chipmaker, but that an affiliate may consider taking a stake.”
“Eyeing China's cheaper labor cost and bigger market potential, TSMC set up an 8-inch fab in Shanghai in 2003, while rival United Microelectronics Corp (UMC, 聯電) owns a 15 percent stake in Chinese chipmaker He Jian Technology (Suzhou) Co (和艦).”
“That's its obvious intention to become a public-facing brand at least as well known as the chipmaker, even if the general public has little clue about what its products actually do.”
“The chipmaker, which is based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and has reported losses for three straight years, plans to use the proceeds to repay debt.”
“The South Korean chipmaker, which is due to announce fourth-quarter results on Jan. 21, will probably post net income of 1.8 trillion won in 2010, according to the median estimate of 16 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg.”
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