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Applied Materials Reports Q4 GAAP Earnings Per Share Of $0.75
Applied Materials Sets Quarterly Cash Dividend Of $0.21 Per Share
Applied Materials Reports Q3 Non-GAAP Earnings Per Share $0.74
Applied Materials, Inc. provides manufacturing equipment, services and software to the global semiconductor, display and related industries. The Company's segments are Semiconductor Systems, which includes semiconductor capital equipment for etch, rapid thermal processing, deposition, chemical mechanical planarization, metrology and inspection, wafer packaging, and ion implantation; Applied Global Services, which provides integrated solutions to optimize equipment and fab performance and productivity; Display and Adjacent Markets, which includes products for manufacturing liquid crystal displays, organic light-emitting diodes, upgrades and roll-to-roll Web coating systems and other display technologies for televisions, personal computers, smart phones and other consumer-oriented devices, and Corporate and Other segment, which includes revenues from products, as well as costs of products sold for fabricating solar photovoltaic cells and modules, and certain operating expenses.
3050 Bowers Ave
Thomas J. Iannotti
Independent Chairman of the Board
Gary E. Dickerson
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Daniel J. Durn
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer
Thomas F. Larkins
Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary
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Wall Street's main indexes hit record highs at open as upbeat comments related to U.S.-China trade talks and strong earnings from semiconductor industry bellwether Applied Materials helped lift the mood.
Applied Materials forecast first-quarter revenue and profit above Wall Street estimates on Thursday, as the chip gear maker expects more clients to upgrade their equipment ahead of the 5G rollout in key markets.
Applied Materials topped Wall Street estimates for fourth-quarter revenue on Thursday, as the chip gear maker's semiconductor business benefited from higher demand for processor chips, sending shares up 4% in extended trading.
Generation Investment Management, the London-based firm that former Vice President Al Gore co-founded and chairs, bought Applied Materials Inc and Nutanix Inc stocks in the second quarter, while cutting its stake in Analog Devices Inc in half, Barron's reported on Sunday.
Applied Materials Inc <AMAT.O> beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue on Thursday but the chip gear maker cautioned that recovery in the memory chip market is unlikely before 2020.
U.S. chip gear maker Applied Materials Inc's quarterly revenue beat Wall Street estimates on Thursday, benefiting from higher demand in its semiconductor business.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd :
U.S. chip gear maker Applied Materials Inc <AMAT.O> on Monday agreed to buy Japanese peer Kokusai Electric for $2.2 billion from KKR & Co Inc <KKR.N>, as it bets on rising demand for memory chips used in data centers, 5G phones and AI-powered devices.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1345 GMT on Monday:
Applied Materials Inc, the world's biggest supplier of chipmaking equipment, will buy Japanese semiconductor device maker Kokusai Electric for about 250 billion yen ($2.31 billion), the Nikkei reported on Monday.
Applied Materials Inc forecast third-quarter profit and revenue above estimates and reported better-than-expected quarterly results on Thursday, allaying investor concerns about slowing semiconductor demand.
U.S. chip gear maker Applied Materials Inc reported quarterly revenue that beat Wall Street estimates on Thursday, easing some concerns about slowing semiconductor demand.
Chip gear maker Applied Materials Inc forecast second-quarter profit and revenue below analysts' estimates on Thursday, underscoring the weakness in the semiconductor industry that has forced some companies to temper their outlook.
Chip gear maker Applied Materials Inc reported a 10.7 percent fall in quarterly revenue on Thursday, hit by slowing memory demand from smartphone makers.
U.S. stocks opened lower on Friday, as technology companies suffered sharp losses following disappointing forecasts from chip companies Nvidia and Applied Materials.
Applied Materials Inc <AMAT.O>, the world's largest supplier of equipment used to make chips, forecast first-quarter revenue and profit below analysts' estimates on Thursday, sending its shares down about 8 percent.
Applied Materials Inc, the world's largest supplier of equipment used to make chips, reported a 1 percent rise in quarterly net sales on Thursday, helped by higher sales of its flat panel displays.
Applied Materials Inc, the world's largest supplier of equipment used to make chips, forecast current-quarter profit and revenue below Wall Street estimates, adding to fears that a two-year chip boom may be losing steam.
Applied Materials Inc, the world's largest supplier of equipment used to make chips, reported a 19.3 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Thursday as chipmakers ramped up spending to meet rising demand for memory from smartphone makers.
Chip gear maker Applied Materials Inc <AMAT.O> on Thursday forecast current-quarter revenue and sales in its semiconductor business below Wall Street expectations, sending its shares down 5 percent in extended trading.
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