Portfolio approach for semi makers in solar wears thin

Within the past week, two solar component manufacturers from the semiconductor field ─ National Semiconductor and Advanced Energy Industries ─ each announced plans to lay off more than 20% of their workforce. National Semiconductor, which entered the solar market in June 2008 with a maximum power-po...

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