STMicroelectronics

  • Has seen an annual decrease in revenue since 2010, with an expected $7.4 billion in revenue for 2014, which is a 8.5% decrease from 2013; however, it has seen an increase in its power segments
  • Taking a lead in innovation in silicon through use of fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD ...

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