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TI Reports Q3 Earnings Per Share Of $2.07
Ti To Return More Cash To Shareholders With 13% Dividend Increase
Ti Reports Second Quarter 2021 Financial
Texas Instruments Incorporated designs, makes and sells semiconductors to electronics designers and manufacturers across the world. The Company operates through segments such as Analog and Embedded Processing. The Company's Analog segment's product lines includes Power and Signal Chain. Power includes products that help customers manage power in electronic systems in all end markets. Signal Chain includes products that sense, condition and measure signals to allow information to be transferred or converted for processing and control. Its Embedded Processing segment includes microcontrollers, digital signal processors (DSPs) and applications processors. Microcontrollers are systems with a processor core, memory and peripherals that are designed to control a set of tasks for electronic equipment. DSPs perform mathematical computations to process digital data. Applications processors are designed for computing activity.
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Richard K. Templeton
Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer
Rafael R. Lizardi
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President, Director
Cynthia Hoff Trochu
Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
Ahmad S. Bahai
Senior Vice President
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Texas Instruments Inc forecast tepid quarterly revenue and missed market expectations for the third quarter on Tuesday, as the chipmaker struggles with supply chain constraints in the semiconductor industry, sending its shares down 3.8%.
Texas Instruments Inc missed Wall Street expectations for third-quarter revenue on Tuesday, as a semiconductor parts crunch and supply chain roadblocks kept the chipmaker from meeting surging demand.
Texas Instruments Inc forecast current-quarter revenue slightly below Wall Street estimates on Wednesday, leaving investors concerned about the chipmaker's ability to meet searing demand in the face of a global shortage.
Texas Instruments Inc beat Wall Street expectations for second-quarter revenue on Wednesday, driven by strong demand for its chips from industrial and automotive markets.
Texas Instruments Inc will buy Micron Technology Inc's factory in Lehi, Utah, for $900 million to boost its production capacity, the Dallas-based chipmaker said on Wednesday.
Texas Instruments Inc said on Wednesday it would buy Micron Technology Inc's Lehi, Utah, factory for $900 million. (Reporting by Praveen Paramasivam in Bengaluru; Editing by Ramakrishnan M.)
Texas Instruments Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue on Tuesday, thanks to strong demand for its chips used in personal electronic gadgets such as televisions and PCs.
Texas Instruments Inc forecast current-quarter revenue above Wall Street estimates on Tuesday, expecting sales growth for a third straight quarter after two years of decline, buoyed by strong chip demand from the personal electronics market.
Texas Instruments Inc's fourth-quarter revenue beat estimates on Tuesday as remote learning and work kept demand steady for its chips used in personal electronics.
Texas Instruments Inc reported its first quarterly revenue growth in nearly two years on Tuesday, a rebound the chipmaker credited to people stuck at home splurging on electronic gadgets for remote work and entertainment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas Instruments Inc beat third-quarter revenue estimates on Tuesday, as a global shift to work from home boosted demand for its chips used in servers and electronic products.
Texas Instruments Inc <TXN.O> forecast third-quarter revenue above estimates on Tuesday as a global shift to work-from-home boosted demand for chips used in tablets, personal computers and servers, offering some hope to an industry reeling from disruptions caused by the...
Texas Instruments Inc beat second-quarter revenue estimates on Tuesday, offering some hope to the chip industry reeling from demand and supply disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Texas Instruments Inc <TXN.O> on Tuesday reported better-than-expected results for the first quarter but forecast current-quarter revenue and profit largely below Wall Street estimates, as the chip industry braces for a big hit from the coronavirus outbreak.
Texas Instruments Inc on Tuesday forecast second-quarter revenue below Wall Street estimates, as the chip industry braces for a big hit from the coronavirus outbreak.
* TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC SAYS CEO RICHARD TEMPLETON'S FY 2019 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $18.6 MILLION VERSUS $17.6 MILLION IN FY 2018 - SEC FILING
Chipmaker Texas Instruments Inc <TXN.O> forecast revenue for the current quarter above analysts' estimates on Wednesday and said most of its markets showed signs of stabilizing.
Chipmaker Texas Instruments Inc beat quarterly revenue estimates on Wednesday and said most of its markets showed signs of stabilizing.
U.S. stocks opened mixed on Wednesday as Boeing rose after reaffirming the timeline for its grounded 737 MAX's return to service, countering losses from Caterpillar and Texas Instruments, which fell on weak forecasts.
Texas Instruments Inc reported an 11.5% drop in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, hit by a global slowdown in sales of microchips that started late last year.
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