q&a In the second half of a two-part interview, we ask the chief executive of Cypress Semiconductor about the lack of silicon in Silicon Valley, the company's solar subsidiary, and his political views.
q&a In part 1 of a two-part interview, we ask the chief executive of Cypress Semiconductor about the company's solar subsidiary, his tempestuous tenure on Dartmouth's board, and his political views.
Washington and Texas, home to sizable collections of tech companies, are among the Top 10 states for businesses. California comes in a sad 48th, according to Tax Foundation analysis.
Silicon Valley has a serious location problem, according to a couple of semiconductor CEOs.
The CEO of Cypress Semiconductor is determined to discover whether the finest technological gray matter can create the perfect red or white.
Unless Washington wakes up and fixes policies that are driving jobs and tax revenue offshore, Paul Otellini says, "the next big thing will not be invented here."
Start-up Bloom Energy is set to officially announce its "power plant in a box" this week. What is it and how does it work?
Taking a stance on policy and national politics, Google execs may ruffle some feathers. But it's a refreshing change for an increasingly scripted industry.
Smilin' John Chambers is one of the most polite speakers you'll ever meet, but he says you're way off the boat if you deny global warming.
Securities lawyer Bill Lerach will start a new career as a jailbird. But if you thought that his sentencing to a couple of years would sate the thirst of critics, think again.