The leading supplier of chips for automotive computing and mobile identity management saw the bottom end of this cyclical trough in 2019, based on currently rising market trends.
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The leading provider of chips found in modern cars posted a classic beat-and-raise report last month.
The Dutch chipmaker impressed investors with a solid earnings report.
Rumor had it that Korean tech titan Samsung might want to buy the company.
The long-awaited merger with Qualcomm fell apart at the goal line.
The automotive computing leader smashed Wall Street's third-quarter targets.
The automotive-computing leader crushed everyone's earnings targets in the third quarter, whether or not you include a $2 billion breakup fee from Qualcomm.
The merger deal with Qualcomm died last month, and some investors took it hard.
Insiders say that Chinese regulators are accelerating their review of Qualcomm's buyout offer.
The Dutch chipmaker has become a pawn in political games between D.C. and Beijing.
The Dutch microchip maker reported fairly decent first-quarter results, but management didn't have much to say about the pending merger with Qualcomm.