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How Texas Instruments Plans to Maximize Shareholder Returns
Posted on Monday October 22, 2018
Previously, we saw that Texas Instruments’ (TXN) FCF (free cash flow) doubled YoY (year-over-year) to $1.58 billion in the second quarter, comprising 38.5% of its revenue. The company used $606 million, or 38% of its FCF, to pay dividends, and $1.0 billion to buy back stock, returning 100% of its FCF to shareholders. The company aims to increase its FCF and maximize shareholder value in the long term. As of the second quarter, Texas Instruments had generated $5.7 billion in FCF over the last 12 months and returned $5.6 billion to shareholders.
Micron to buy out Intel’s share of flash joint venture for $1.5 billion
Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018
Micron Technology Inc. said late Thursday it plans to buy out Intel Corp.’s share of a flash memory joint venture that the two chip makers have participated in for more than a decade.
Micron's Plans to Buy Out Intel's JV Stake Strengthen its Data Center Hand
Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018
There's some risk in such a move, since Micron is committing to upping its exposure to a NAND flash memory market being hit by major price declines that might last well into 2019. The option is exercisable on Jan. 1, 2019, and Micron says the deal will close six to 12 months after. In a statement, Intel suggests the timing of the deal's closing is at its discretion for up to a year after the option is exercised, while indicating it long expected Micron's decision.
Goldman Sachs Has It Right on Chip Stocks — and Nvidia
Posted on Friday October 19, 2018
The big question with semiconductor stocks at the moment is simple. The gains in chip stocks starting in early 2016 came in part due to a belief that they weren’t. On Thursday, Goldman Sachs gave its opinion, and, with one key exception, it was mostly bearish.