-- What does McWilliams make of recent management changes at TSMC and reports that TSMC has halted 100% of its 28nm production? What other companies could be impacted by the ripple effect of this development?
-- Should investors be concerned that Tower Semi has drastically increased its authorized share count? Might this development actually signal the impending resolution of an issue that has significantly weighed on Tower Semi's stock price?
-- Earlier this year when Silicon Labs was trading in the mid-$40s, McWilliams suggested cutting exposure or hedging risks with in-the-money covered calls. What is McWilliams' view of the recent resignation of the CEO of Silicon Labs? Is this a sign things were going wrong? Is his replacement likely to lead the company towards growth? What developments may Silicon Labs' April earnings report reveal?
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