[ad_1] Micron Technology Inc.’s cash deposits are generating millions of dollars in additional returns for the memory-chip maker thanks to the help of an artificial-intelligence… Read More »Micron Technology Puts Its Cash to Work Using Artificial Intelligence
[ad_1] WASHINGTON—A low-profile government committee that reviews business deals for national security concerns is receiving expanded emphasis as part of the Biden administration’s plan to… Read More »Investment Review Panel Gets Wider Role Under Biden in Rivalry With China
[ad_1] SEOUL— Samsung Electronics Co. expects a 53% rise in operating profit for the second quarter, lifted by strong demand for memory chips that offset… Read More »Samsung Electronics Expects 53% Increase in Operating Profit
[ad_1] The Federal Trade Commission and Broadcom Inc. have agreed to settle charges that the company used its dominance in some chip markets to squeeze… Read More »FTC, Broadcom Agree to Settlement Around Illegal Monopoly Charges
[ad_1] Ford is cutting production at eight North American plants as the automaker grapples with a shortage of semiconductors — the chips inside every vehicle. … Read More »Ford to shutter some plants for weeks, citing semiconductor shortage
[ad_1] The headlines could get ugly in the coming days for Detroit car makers, Ford Motor in particular. Quarterly sales aren’t the warning flag they… Read More »Detroit’s Second-Quarter Sales Were Terrible, but Does It Matter?
[ad_1] Chip maker Intel Corp. is delaying production of one of its newest chips to improve performance, the first significant product setback under new Chief… Read More »Intel Delays New Chip in First Setback for CEO Gelsinger’s Turnaround Effort
[ad_1] The global chip shortage is pushing up prices of items such as laptops and printers and is threatening to do the same to other… Read More »Chip Shortages Are Starting to Hit Consumers. Higher Prices Are Likely.
[ad_1] Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. ’s chips are everywhere, though most consumers don’t know it. The company makes almost all of the world’s most sophisticated… Read More »The World Relies on One Chip Maker in Taiwan, Leaving Everyone Vulnerable
[ad_1] Stanley Black & Decker Inc.’s finance chief is spending more time and money trying to strike partnerships with battery and chip manufacturers to help… Read More »Stanley Black & Decker CFO Looking for Partnerships With Battery, Chip Makers