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The chip supplier has enjoyed a solid run this year thanks to revenue and gross margin strength.
Texas Instruments is a high-quality technology sector dividend stock that investors may have missed when looking at the biggest names in the industry.
Investors will need to be more patient until the chipmaker's $14.8-billion acquisition of rival Linear Technology is completed.
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These five big stocks could be about to increase their dividend payments in the coming months.
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As Texas Instruments' current pullback plays out, low-risk entry opportunities are ahead.
Shares of Texas Instruments are up 27% in 2016. It's not clear why -- investors must be looking forward to next year or maybe the year after.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the electronics industry lower today.
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Each of these high quality dividend growth stocks has increased its dividend by at least 20% per year over the last five years.
Jim Cramer is watching Linear Technology after Analog Devices agreed to buy the company for $14.8 billion.
The semiconductor industry continues to consolidate, and analog chips are an especially ripe area for more M&A activity.
Analysts at Cowen said Texas Instruments (TXN) should rekindle talks to acquire Maxim Integrated Devices (MXIM).
There are dozens of tech stocks like LLTC that are ripe for consolidation.
The biggest company on earth ran into the highest quality problem: Too much demand.
There were many earnings reports today, and many could've been worse, Cramer says.
Quarterly results show cellphone sales are better than forecast.
A wave of key earnings report out overnight and this morning swept Wall Street away on Tuesday.
Stocks fluctuate Tuesday as crude closes under $43 a barrel for the first time since April.
Good enough, tied with a good story, is pushing post-earnings bumps today.