Test and measurement equipment maker Tektronix Inc. will become part of Danaher's electronic test platform, joining Fluke and Fluke Networks businesses.
Samsung Electronic Co.'s surprise announcement it was boosting capital spending on semiconductor production by about $1.2 billion sent shares of chip manufacturing equipment makers higher.
Exec says acquisition of Lighting Technologies International will increase company's presence in entertainment lighting industry.
Japanese rival Kyocera has rights to the sale and is assessing the value of Sanyo assets before agreeing on terms.
World's second-largest manufacturer of liquid crystal displays hopes to keep up with rival Samsung, announces best quarterly profit in three years.
Electronics manufacturer employed 600 to 700 people and was one of Franklin County's largest employers.
Metal-based specialty chemicals producer will pay $265 million in cash for the deal, expected to close by the end of the year.
Technology researcher Gartner Inc. says chip spending in 2008 will be flat.
Nation review of deal may rely on whether Huawei Technologies' acquisition would include shareholder voting rights, seats on the board or access to technology.
Energy services company and electronics manufacturer acquires Hydrogen Safe Technologies.
Electrical products maker acquires manufacturer of high voltage condenser bushings for undisclosed price.
Electrical products maker's joint venture with China's Nature Science and Technology Co. will produce indoor switchgear products that meet IEC standards.
Osaka-based maker of Panasonic-brand products ramping up production to 6.6 million units at its second plant in Amagasaki in 2008 to meet surging demand for the product.
Electrical components maker has regulatory approval for proposed acquisition of Cleveland-based supplier of electrical boxes and industrial PVC pipe.
Private equity firm purchases networking hardware maker for $2.2 billion.
Lan Lee and Yuefei Ge about to go on trial for allegedly stealing confidential computer chip designs so they could go into business with the Chinese military.
The company's next cycle of microprocessors, based on 45-nanometer technology and code-named Penryn, will begin shipping Nov. 12.
Electronics company says it is looking at ways to improve its chip operations but hasn't reached a decision.
Sony reportedly will stop making advanced chips and instead focus on audiovisual equipment.
Site was slated to close in October, but higher-than-expected demand is keeping it open until January.
Expert says the technology exists, but manufacturers don't use it because there's no government push.
Semiconductor maker plans to lay off workers whose manufacturing jobs in Dallas are being eliminated and who couldn't find other positions at the company.
The U.S. computer company's first silicon-wafer fabrication plant in Asia will cost $2.5 billion.
Move latest step in a reorganization that began in 2001, when Philips started outsourcing manufacturing units and shedding businesses over which it lacked full management control.