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Chip maker Microchip Technology Inc. said Tuesday it is no longer interested in buying Atmel Corp., another chip maker, and is withdrawing a slate of directors it had nominated to its board.
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Microchip Technology Inc. on Tuesday raised its purchase price for Silicon Storage Inc., aiming to thwart a competing offer for the maker of flash memory cards used in digital cameras and MP3 players.
“Amazing Women Needed for High Paying Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).” Now this is a message that grabs your attention! Exciting our future engineers, scientists and innovators is critical to the future of our economy, yet enticing women to these fields is falling behind. According to various sources, including “Economics and Statistics Administration,” women are underrepresented in these high-paying, creative fields. The numbers indicate that in the U.S., women have held only 25 percent of STEM jobs over the last decade. A 2011 report by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce found that only one in seven engineers is a female.
The Chandler Chamber of Commerce recently announced the Arizona winners of the 2012 Alfred P. Sloan Awards for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility for their exemplary workplace practices.
The diversity of Chandler’s economy is highlighted in a new list of that city’s largest employers.
A corner in Chandler that once hosted high-tech manufacturing facilities will soon sprout a five-story, 165-room hotel and stores.
Afew sparkles of luster are returning to the East Valley’s high-technology sector. After a decline in employment in the early 2000s caused by the dot-com bust and recession, most of the East Valley’s major high-tech employers at least maintained their local head counts during 2005.
Federal regulations in response to Enron, WorldCom and other corporate scandals have been a huge waste of time and money for public companies, and they should be repealed as soon as possible.
The commitment to build a $5.3 billion chip fabrication facility in Chandler’s Ocotillo region — expanding on an already significant presence in one of the East Valley’s benchmark cities — has certainly brought Intel its fair share of global and national recognition over the past year.
Boards of directors are designed to look out for shareholders’ interests and challenge management. Past failures at some firms have put all boards under greater scrutiny.