Profile of Mike Clendenin
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Articles by Mike Clendenin
posted in March 2007
Michael Dell doesn't like being No. 2, let alone No. 3. But that's where he is in China, and a distant third at that.
With sales booming, especially in the US, Acer Inc. finds itself the target of a patent infringement lawsuit from rival Hewlett-Packard. It isn't backing down.
"The U.S. chip industry has just taken one on the chin," said iSuppli analyst Len Jelinek.
Intel Corp. has already obtained permission from the US government to build an advanced fab in China, according to a source familiar with the company's plan.
The U.S. government is taking a second look at controversial plan to tighten export controls on technology shipped to China and is indicating that it may back down
After a police raid earlier this week and allegations of insider trading, BenQ's chairman took the extraordinary step of publicly defending the company in an open letter to the press.
Police raided the offices of Taiwan's BenQ Corp., leading to the arrest of two senior executives in relation to irregularities over bonuses paid to overseas employees.
Intel building a fab in China would signal a loosening of U.S. export control policy; China is Intel's second-largest market after the United States.
After high hopes of being a handset giant, the tattered remains of BenQ-Siemens will be sold off on eBay. But the company is already planning a comeback, focusing on products that have worked in the past.