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   Micron Technology to offer senior notes to raise funds during COVID-19 pandemic  2020/04/21 12:54:04 MarketWatch
Micron Technology Inc. undefined said Tuesday it is planning an offering of senior notes with plans to use the proceeds to repay some of its existing debt…
   Micron Waste Enters LOI to Acquire Canadian COVID-19 Equipment Manufacturer  2020/04/20 13:00:00 Benzinga Feeds
VANCOUVER , April 20, 2020 /CNW/ - Micron Waste Technologies Inc. ("Micron" or the "Company") (CSE: MWM , OTC: MICWF , Frankfurt : 7FM2, OTCQB", MICWF)) announces that it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent (the "LOI") to acquire all of the outstanding securities of COVID Technologies Inc. (herein "COVID") which includes all of the business, operating assets, equipment, and business contracts of COVID. COVID is a privately held British Columbia corporation based in Vancouver, British Columbia dedicated to the manufacture of personal protective equipment in response to the current coronavirus pandemic. Micron, a technology company, is intending on utilizing its manufacturing and development capabilities at its existing Innovation Lab in Delta, BC to diversify its business by adding COVID as an additional business unit to its current operations. The founder and key employee of COVID will join Micron as a member of senior management upon completion of the transaction. Share Consolidation: The LOI contemplates that immediately prior to closing, Micron will conduct a share consolidation and roll back its shares on 2:1 basis resulting in Micron having approximately 39,511,840 shares issued and outstanding.
   Securing IP concerns, Micron Technology lets 99.5% of its staff wfh  2020/04/08 08:27:07 The Hindu BusinessLine
Strong security systems, infra investments do the trick
   7 of the most important enterprise tech trends amid the coronavirus crisis that could make or break the stocks of enterprise tech giants like Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, Dell or Intel (MSFT, CRM, GOOG, AMZN, ORCL, DELL, INTC)  2020/04/07 20:29:00 Business Insider
Wall Street analysts say the coronavirus crash has triggered 7 key trends that could impact big tech names led by Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Oracle, Dell, IBM and Intel. The pandemic has led to a collapse in demand for gear used to set up private data centers. On the other hand, businesses are expected to embrace cloud computing at an even faster rate due to the pandemic. In an unexpected twist, the sudden rise of a remote workplace led to an uptick in demand for laptops and notebooks. Click here for more BI Prime stories. With big tech companies set to report first quarter earnings in a couple of weeks, Wall Street is bracing for financial statements battered by the coronavirus crisis, especially in the most lucrative and vulnerable segment of the tech industry: enterprise. "Over the last few weeks we have seen an IT spending environment darken unlike anything we have seen transpire in 20 years of covering the tech sector," Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives told clients in a note on Tuesday.
   Semiconductors Continue To Lead Rally Efforts, While Consumer Staples Keep Lagging  2020/04/07 13:47:21 Benzinga Feeds
Hope occupies the driver’s seat this morning as investors around the world eye the latest virus numbers and seek light at the end of the tunnel. However, it’s important not to get carried away by all this exuberance. These rallies are amazing, but the key is keeping it in perspective. U.S. cases continue to grow, and reports say we’re still on the “uphill” side of the virus count. Let’s not get too excited until we’re definitely on the “downhill” side of things. It’s not uncommon to see sharp but short-lived rallies in a bear market. U.S. stocks look poised to build on Monday’s steep rally, following the lead of markets in Europe and Asia as bulls grip the wheel for the second day in a row. The major U.S. indices are closing in on 20% gains from their March lows, and Treasury yields are on the rise. Stock futures reversed early losses to climb sharply before the opening bell. Crude oil looks like it could be building a base and getting away from those low-$20s readings of March. It’s hard to say here if crude is driving stocks or vice-versa.
   Securing IP concerns, Micron Technology lets 99.5% of its staff wfh  2020/04/08 08:27:07 The Hindu BusinessLine
Strong security systems, infra investments do the trick
   7 of the most important enterprise tech trends amid the coronavirus crisis that could make or break the stocks of enterprise tech giants like Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, Dell or Intel (MSFT, CRM, GOOG, AMZN, ORCL, DELL, INTC)  2020/04/07 20:29:00 Business Insider
Wall Street analysts say the coronavirus crash has triggered 7 key trends that could impact big tech names led by Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Oracle, Dell, IBM and Intel. The pandemic has led to a collapse in demand for gear used to set up private data centers. On the other hand, businesses are expected to embrace cloud computing at an even faster rate due to the pandemic. In an unexpected twist, the sudden rise of a remote workplace led to an uptick in demand for laptops and notebooks. Click here for more BI Prime stories. With big tech companies set to report first quarter earnings in a couple of weeks, Wall Street is bracing for financial statements battered by the coronavirus crisis, especially in the most lucrative and vulnerable segment of the tech industry: enterprise. "Over the last few weeks we have seen an IT spending environment darken unlike anything we have seen transpire in 20 years of covering the tech sector," Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives told clients in a note on Tuesday.
   Semiconductors Continue To Lead Rally Efforts, While Consumer Staples Keep Lagging  2020/04/07 13:47:21 Benzinga Feeds
Hope occupies the driver’s seat this morning as investors around the world eye the latest virus numbers and seek light at the end of the tunnel. However, it’s important not to get carried away by all this exuberance. These rallies are amazing, but the key is keeping it in perspective. U.S. cases continue to grow, and reports say we’re still on the “uphill” side of the virus count. Let’s not get too excited until we’re definitely on the “downhill” side of things. It’s not uncommon to see sharp but short-lived rallies in a bear market. U.S. stocks look poised to build on Monday’s steep rally, following the lead of markets in Europe and Asia as bulls grip the wheel for the second day in a row. The major U.S. indices are closing in on 20% gains from their March lows, and Treasury yields are on the rise. Stock futures reversed early losses to climb sharply before the opening bell. Crude oil looks like it could be building a base and getting away from those low-$20s readings of March. It’s hard to say here if crude is driving stocks or vice-versa.
   These Semiconductor Stocks Will Thrive Amid Depression  2020/04/07 10:47:33 Baystreet.ca
The semiconductor segment is typically a forward indicator of the health of the technology sector. Applied Materials (NASDAQ:AMAT) and Micron (NASDAQ:MU) dropping in the last few weeks is a warning signal. The sector may underperform further even though …
   Integrated Circuits Market Study, 2020 - Featuring Intel, Texas Instruments, Analog Devices, STMicroelectronics, NXP, ON Semiconductor, Micron, Toshiba, Broadcom, and Qualcomm - ResearchAndMarkets.com  2020/04/06 10:25:00 Business Wire
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Integrated Circuits Global Market Report 2020" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The global integrated circuits market was worth $412.3 billion in 2019. It is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.09% and reach $502.94 billion by 2023. This report covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional and country breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies for this market.
   This Sector — and Stock — Are Even Better Than 'Coronavirus Resistant'  2020/04/02 15:50:04 InvestorPlace
Micron stock, along with the broader semiconductor sector, is not just coronavirus resistant. Micron is a best-in-breed stock on sale.
   Micron Technology : Chief Navigates a Crisis He Saw Coming Early | MarketScreener  2020/04/02 06:48:08 MarketScreener
By Asa Fitch March probably felt like the longest month ever for many chief executives. In a matter of weeks, the new coronavirus went from a major disruption in Asia to a full-blown global… | April 2, 2020
   Micron Stock Is Cheap as Need for Chips Rises  2020/03/31 13:11:45 24/7 Wall street
   Micron Stock Offers Investors Hope in a Turbulent Market  2020/03/27 16:16:33 InvestorPlace
Micron's better-than-expected quarter and chip potential shows that MU stock has serious room to rebound after the coronavirus.
   Fashion, Entertainment, Other Companies Announce COVID-19 Commitments  2020/03/27 04:01:00 Philanthropy News Digest
Corporations announcing commitments in support of individuals and communities impacted by COVID-19 include Micron Technology, Ralph Lauren, Spotify, AVANGRID, and Moody's….

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