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A new global ad campaign shows the firm's ready for greater scrutiny.
Merger partner Rudolph Tech holds off on comment.
Shares spike as investors see a possible settlement.
The rating service sees risk in the company's M&A activity.
Its young printing division is gaining momentum, but competition may get tougher.
The stock's malaise continues as it touches a 52-week low, and few upside catalysts are in sight.
Chip equipment orders rose 10% in August.
As polysilicon costs rise, so does this producer of wafers.