Doth The Chip Industry Protest Too Much?Russ Mitchell
In most industries, double-digit growth in the midst of a recession would be a cause for celebration. But semiconductor makers don't feel blessed. Revenue growth in their $55 billion industry has averaged 7% annually over the past three years, and chipmakers have been looking for the boom that they traditionally enjoy every four years or so.
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