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A broad business coalition helped sink the "bathroom bill" at the Texas Legislature last year. Several bathroom bill opponents discussed at a South By Southwest panel on Monday their efforts to battle the measure championed by Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and what the fight can teach businesses about taking social or political stances. Deirdre Walsh, director of marketing at Austin semiconductor company Silicon Laboratories Inc., said corporations are more commonly making those stands nowadays, pointing to commitments from the Paris climate accord to ending promotional relationships with the National Rifle Association.
Taking social or political stances can be a thorny proposition for businesses. When do the stakes demand action, and what is the appropriate response? Those questions were tackled by leaders from Silicon Labs, IBM and more at SXSW. As one exec said, "People want to do business with brands that actually take stands, especially the younger generation."
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The Woodlands), the act became law on Dec. 22 . It requires businesses like Silicon Labs (SLAB) that have many international offices to pay taxes on “previously unremitted foreign earnings” — profits earned overseas, Hollister said. Prior to the new law, a company would be taxed on international profit only when it chose to move those earnings back to the United States, Hollister said.
The fabless semiconductor leader rode the Internet of Things to another record quarter. Here's what investors need to know.
The Austin, Texas-based company said it had a loss of 11 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 93 cents per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations. The average ...
Silicon Laboratories Inc (NASDAQ:SLAB) trades with a trailing P/E of 56.6x, which is higher than the industry average of 23.6x. Although some investors may jump to the conclusion that youRead More...
Silicon Laboratories Inc. plans to scoop up the home automation assets of Sigma Designs Inc. after the companies' planned merger has fallen apart. In December, Austin-based Silicon Labs agreed to acquire Sigma Designs (SIGM), which makes chips for internet of things devices, for about $282 million. The two companies had agreed that if the acquisition was not consummated, Silicon Labs (SLAB) would acquire Sigma's Z-Wave business for about $240 million.
Sigma Designs said it would sell one of its businesses to Silicon Labs and then liquidate, after failing to meet conditions of a full merger.
Fremont-based Sigma Designs Inc. plans to sell its home automation business to Silicon Laboratories as it liquidates after a failed merger with the other company. Last month, Texas-based Silicon Labs agreed to acquire Sigma Designs, which makes chips for Internet of Things devices, for about $282 million. The deal was dependent on shareholder and regulatory approval.
Sigma Designs Inc. said Tuesday it would sell one of its businesses to Silicon Labs Inc. and then liquidate, after failing to meet conditions of a full merger. Silicon Labs had agreed to acquire the Fremont, ...
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has ridden a wave of interest in the internet of things to new highs over the past few years and now it's making its biggest play yet in the sector: the Austin-based semiconductor company announced Thursday it has agreed to buy Sigma Designs Inc., maker of Z-Wave, a wireless communications technology underlying many web-connected home devices such as smart thermostats and smart alarms. Silicon Labs (SLAB) will pay $7.05 per share in cash, or about $282 million, for Fremont, California-based Sigma (SIGM). The buyout price is 26 percent higher than Sigma's Dec. 6 closing price of $5.60 per share, Silicon Labs said.
Silicon Laboratories Inc’s (NASDAQ:SLAB) most recent return on equity was a substandard 8.33% relative to its industry performance of 9.61% over the past year. Though SLAB’s recent performance is underwhelming,Read More...