Pg 23: Tech Week notes several trends for 2015. Consolidation in storage technology will continue to held Seagate Technology [ STX ] and Western Digital [ WDC ]. Consolidation in memory chips [DRAM, new DDR4 for mobile] will help Micron
returns. Eventually, in that time, the market will be over the inflation adjusted SP500 peak of 2125 on 3-24-00. Pg 38: STX and KLAC were up on dividend news; will WDC be the next? ANGI, P, VMW fell on earnings misses or lowered forecasts. EGHT
CEO spotlight on James Lillie; pg 40] and maximum dividend+buyback yields [ ADT, CAM, CF, MOS, MPC, VIAB, GLW, ITW, STX , IBM, NOC, CTL, TRV, VRSN, IR, CCE, KSS, NTAP, HES, DO ; pg 21]. BA story http://online.barrons.com/news/articles
profitability for some firms. For example, Flextronics' acquisition of Solectron could have similar effects as Seagate's STX acquisition of Maxtor. By allocating idle manufacturing capacity located near customers' supply chains, Flextronics should
Seagate Technology reported a lackluster fiscal fourth quarter. Adjusted earnings per share were $1.10, down 10% year over year and in line
industry where orders tend to be very lumpy. It is notable that Cameron's first complete deep-water equipment package with STX was canceled during the quarter, contributing to a sequential backlog decline to $11.3 billion from $11.4 billion in the
Fiscal second-quarter sales at Seagate Technology came in at $3.5 billion, down 3.8% year over year and slightly below our internal projection. The firm will probably fall
(Reuters) - Seagate Technology Plc said it would buy network and storage equipment maker Xyratex Ltd for about $374 million to strengthen its supply and manufacturing chain for disk drives.
Seagate Technology 's fiscal 2014 first-quarter sales were $3.5 billion, down 7% year over year, comparable with the drop reported last week
(Reuters) - Seagate Technology Plc reported lower-than-expected quarterly results and forecast second-quarter revenue below market estimates as falling personal computer sales dent demand for hard...