Texas Instruments Inc., the largest analog-chip maker, gave third-quarter sales and profit forecasts that were in line with estimates as demand for automotive and industrial parts helps counter a personal-computer slump.
Texas Instruments Inc., the largest maker of analog chips, gave an updated fourth-quarter sales forecast that was in line with analysts’ estimates as customers seek to keep inventory low amid lackluster demand.
Texas Instruments Inc., the world’s largest maker of analog semiconductors, reduced its first- quarter sales and profit forecasts, citing lower demand for products that let wireless devices connect and run applications.
Texas Instruments Inc., the largest maker of analog chips, forecast third-quarter sales and profit that may beat the low end of analysts’ estimates, defying predictions that a weaker economy would crimp orders.
Texas Instruments Inc. dropped the most in almost four months in New York trading after the company’s fourth-quarter sales forecast fell short of analysts’ estimates amid weaker demand for electronics components.
Texas Instruments Inc., the largest maker of analog chips, raised the lower end of its forecasts for first-quarter sales and profit, as customers increase orders ahead of a projected rebound in electronics demand.
Texas Instruments Inc., the largest maker of analog chips, predicted second-quarter profit and sales that may fall short of analysts’ most bullish estimates as some consumer-electronics makers hold off on component purchases.
Orders for U.S. durable goods probably dropped in August for the third time in the past four months, a sign slowing global growth is prompting companies to rein in spending, economists said before reports today.