Cypress Semiconductor, Texas Instruments, and Intel generate plenty of cash to reward shareholders.
News & Analysis: Texas Instruments
The chipmaker posted lower sales and earnings, but still exceeded the Street's consensus estimates across the board.
They deliver energy, electronics, and expediency. Should your portfolio embrace their stocks, too?
Which cyclical tech stock has more upside potential?
Both companies provide essential technology for cars, consumer electronics, the rollout of 5G, and connected devices. But which one is the better buy today?
The chip-making giant set the guidance bar low for this report, then cleared it with room to spare. Here's how.
TXN earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
Apple pays a solid and growing dividend, but these companies might be better options for income-oriented investors.
Texas Instruments, Brookfield Property Partners, and Intel are leaders in their respective industries and have track records of consistent dividend increases.
The company just turned in its 2018 capital management scorecard.