If the market makes a turn soon, do you think there will be Applied Materials Layoffs in 2019?
Topics regarding layoffs at Applied Materials Inc.
Has the layoff been announced lately are there rumors is there any updates on what's going on - I am referring to layoffs in Santa Clara.
Can someone share ANY info including rumors you may have, any bit of info, please, especially about layoffs in Santa Clara.
They will go after cash flow, and human resources are our biggest expense. Now that they (BAAM) are increasing ownership you can rest assured that there will be cuts throughout 2016. I am positive. Just look at what private equity firms and asset... — read more
What is the likelihood of Applied Materials layoffs in Santa Clara in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
Is this true? I was searching for insider trades, cannot find any info, I heard that he sold a ton of stuff in July
I heard this rumor, Applied Materials will be having layoffs in Q1 or Q2 of 2016? How certain is this and if it is, what groups will be targeted. I know that there are many competitors who are cutting payroll right now and that predictions for 2016... — read more
First shutdown week announced for 2015: week of July 4th Possible other weeks: Thanksgiving and last two weeks of the year. Bad news going into merger. Semi equip industry outlook was good for 2015 — read more
Do you know if we will be having any layoffs this year and if Israel will be affected by layoffs again. P
about 40 laid off 2 weeks ago more on the way
What do we know so far? Also, what about 2015?
Writing already on the wall. Those hurt will be administrative, hr and IT.
50 folks let go in 2013, around 20 to be let go in 2014
Tokyo Electron CEO Tetsuro Higashi added, "I think this combination will succeed very much." Santa Clara-based Applied's stock rose $1.45, or about 9 percent, to close at $17.44. Under the deal, which the companies hope to complete as early as the... — read more
In a major shake-up of the chipmaking-equipment business and a reflection of the surging popularity of mobile gadgets, Applied Materials on Tuesday announced a $9.39 billion stock deal to form a gargantuan new company with Tokyo Electron.
10 axed in Santa Clara - Feb 2013
Yet another round of layoffs may be in the offing at Applied Materials Inc, which has important activity in Israel. ''We see potential for restructuring announcement," at Applied Materials, says Barclays Capital analyst C.J. Muse in a new report. The... — read more