Recent experience has shown us that, in the right hands, even something so simple as origami can be lucrative. Microchips … that’s more complicated.
Toshiba Corp. announced yesterday that it would fold three microchip production plants ahead of a projected slackening demand for consumer products (especially TVs and PCs) utilizing their products.
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