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USA/
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June 17, 2014
A 1958 prototype for a Texas Instruments Inc. microchip, mounted on glass and enclosed in a plastic case,...
New York, UNITED STATES
A 1958 prototype for a Texas Instruments Inc. microchip, mounted on glass and enclosed in a plastic case,...
A 1958 prototype for a Texas Instruments Inc. microchip, mounted on glass and enclosed in a plastic case, is shown by a Christie's Auction house employee in New York June 17, 2014. The protoype microchip used by Texas Instruments Inc.'s Jack Kilby in the world's first electronic circuit is estimated to sell for $1 to $2 million at auction on June 19. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTR3UBJK
June 17, 2014
A 1958 prototype for a Texas Instruments Inc. microchip, mounted on glass and enclosed in a plastic case,...
New York, UNITED STATES
A 1958 prototype for a Texas Instruments Inc. microchip, mounted on glass and enclosed in a plastic case,...
A 1958 prototype for a Texas Instruments Inc. microchip, mounted on glass and enclosed in a plastic case, is shown by a Christie's Auction house employee in New York June 17, 2014. The protoype microchip used by Texas Instruments Inc.'s Jack Kilby in the world's first electronic circuit is estimated to sell for $1 to $2 million at auction on June 19. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS SOCIETY)
TECH-SUMMIT/
RTXK8UP
May 20, 2009
Rich Templeton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks at...
New York, UNITED STATES
Templeton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks at Reuters...
Rich Templeton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks at the Reuters Global Technology Summit in New York May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SCI TECH)
TECH-SUMMIT/
RTXK8UN
May 20, 2009
Rich Templeton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks at...
New York, UNITED STATES
Rich Templeton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks at...
Rich Templeton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks at the Reuters Global Technology Summit New York May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SCI TECH)
TECH-SUMMIT/
RTXK8SM
May 20, 2009
Rich Templeton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks at...
New York, UNITED STATES
Rich Templeton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks at...
Rich Templeton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks at the Reuters Global Technology Summit New York May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SCI TECH)
TECH SUMMIT/TSPEAKERS
RTR1PORI
May 14, 2007
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer Richard Templeton speaks during the Reuters...
New York, UNITED STATES
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer Richard Templeton speaks during the Reuters...
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer Richard Templeton speaks during the Reuters Global Technology, Media and Telecoms Summit in New York, May 14, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
TECH SUMMIT/SPEAKERS
RTR1PORF
May 14, 2007
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Richard Templeton speaks during the Reuters Global...
New York, UNITED STATES
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Richard Templeton speaks during the Reuters Global...
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Richard Templeton speaks during the Reuters Global Technology, Media and Telecoms Summit in New York, May 14, 2007.REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
TECH SUMMIT/SPEAKERS
RTR1PORD
May 14, 2007
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Richard Templeton speaks during the Reuters Global...
New York, UNITED STATES
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Richard Templeton speaks during the Reuters Global...
Texas Instruments Inc. President and Chief Executive Richard Templeton speaks during the Reuters Global Technology, Media and Telecoms Summit in New York, May 14, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
PHILIPPINES-TEXAS/
RTR1PA8Y
May 03, 2007
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, along with Texas Instruments Senior Vice-President Kevin...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo announces plans to build a $1 billion Texas Instruments...
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, along with Texas Instruments Senior Vice-President Kevin Ritchie (L) and Secretary of Trade and Industry Peter Favila (R), announces a $1 billion production plant at the presidential palace in Manila May 3, 2007. U.S.-based Texas Instruments Inc, the world's biggest maker of mobile phone chips, will build a $1 billion production plant in the Philippines, choosing the country over China despite concerns about power costs. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TEXAS/
RTR1PA8V
May 03, 2007
Kevin Ritchie (L), a senior vice-president of Texas Instrument, and Peter Favila, Secretary of Trade...
Manila, Philippines
Kevin Ritchie, a senior vice-president of Texas Instrument, and Peter Favila, Secretary of Trade and...
Kevin Ritchie (L), a senior vice-president of Texas Instrument, and Peter Favila, Secretary of Trade and Industry, hold a news conference at the presidential palace in Manila May 3, 2007. U.S.-based Texas Instruments Inc, the world's biggest maker of mobile phone chips, will build a $1 billion production plant in the Philippines, choosing the country over China despite concerns about power costs. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TEXAS/
RTR1PA8T
May 03, 2007
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, along with Texas Instruments Senior Vice-President Kevin...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo announces plans to build a $1 billion Texas Instruments...
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, along with Texas Instruments Senior Vice-President Kevin Ritchie (L) and Secretary of Trade and Industry Peter Favila (R), announces a $1 billion production plant at the presidential palace in Manila May 3, 2007. U.S.-based Texas Instruments Inc, the world's biggest maker of mobile phone chips, will build a $1 billion production plant in the Philippines, choosing the country over China despite concerns about power costs. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
TECH MATSUSHITA NEC MOBILE
RTR1FV8U
July 27, 2006
NEC Corporation President Kaoru Yano (L) and Matsushita Electric Industries Co. President Fumio Ohtsubo...
Tokyo, Japan
NEC Corp. President Yano and Matsushita Electric Industries President Ohtsubo attend a joint news conference...
NEC Corporation President Kaoru Yano (L) and Matsushita Electric Industries Co. President Fumio Ohtsubo attend a news conference in Tokyo July 27, 2006. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. and NEC Corp. said on Thursday they would team up to develop mobile handsets and also join hands in a separate venture with U.S. chip maker Texas Instruments Inc. to develop common hardware and software for cell phones. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
TECH MATSUSHITA NEC MOBILE
RTR1FV8N
July 27, 2006
NEC Corporation President Kaoru Yano gestures during a joint news conference with Matsushita Electric...
Tokyo, Japan
NEC Corp. President Yano speaks during a joint news conference with Matsushita Electric Industries President...
NEC Corporation President Kaoru Yano gestures during a joint news conference with Matsushita Electric Industries Co President Fumio Ohtsubo in Tokyo July 27, 2006. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. and NEC Corp. said on Thursday they would team up to develop mobile handsets and also join hands in a separate venture with U.S. chip maker Texas Instruments Inc. to develop common hardware and software for cell phones. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
INDIA
RTR17OQ9
March 28, 2006
President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas Instruments Inc. Richard Templeton speaks during a news...
Bangalore, India
President and CEO of Texas Instruments Inc Templeton speaks in Bangalore
President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas Instruments Inc. Richard Templeton speaks during a news conference in southern Indian city of Bangalore March 28, 2006. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA
RTR17OQ8
March 28, 2006
President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas Instruments Inc. Richard Templeton speaks during a news...
Bangalore, India
President and CEO of Texas Instruments Inc Templeton speaks in Bangalore
President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas Instruments Inc. Richard Templeton speaks during a news conference in southern Indian city of Bangalore March 28, 2006. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
TECH INDIA TEXAS
RTRJZSG
August 09, 2005
Thomas Engibous, Chairman of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks during a news conference in the southern...
Bangalore, India
Engibous, Chairman of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks during news conference in Bangalore, India.
Thomas Engibous, Chairman of Texas Instruments Inc., speaks during a news conference in the southern Indian city of Bangalore August 9, 2005. Engibous, the world's largest maker of microchips used in mobile phones, said on Tuesday that industry demand was strong but cautioned on blips from inventory sales. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv VM/KI
NOBEL PHYSICS
RTR9B04
October 10, 2000
Jack Kilby (pictured) is one of three scientists to share the 2000 Nobel Physics prize on Tuesday, October...
Stockholm, UK
JACK KILBY SHARES NOBEL PHYSICS PRIZE.
Jack Kilby (pictured) is one of three scientists to share the 2000 Nobel Physics prize on Tuesday, October 10,2000. Kilby of U.S. electronics group Texas Instruments Inc takes half of the prize for his part in the invention of the integrated circuit, or computer chip. Alferov of A.F. Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute in St Petersburg and Herbert Kroemer of the University of California at Santa Barbara share the other half of the prize for developing semiconductors with practical uses from cellphones to barcode readers.

FMS
TELECOMS JAPAN NTT
RTR65WY
July 11, 2000
Michael Armstrong (3rd L), chairman and CEO of AT&T, and Minoru Makihara (2nd L), chairman of Mitsubushi...
Tokyo, Japan
U.S. AND JAPANESE BUSINESS LEADERS AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOKYO.
Michael Armstrong (3rd L), chairman and CEO of AT&T, and Minoru Makihara (2nd L), chairman of Mitsubushi Corp, are seen with other U.S. and Japan business leaders during a news conference in Tokyo July 11. The United States and Japan are now in working level talks in Japanese capital to resolve a thorny dispute over rates charged for domestic telephone lines before a Group of Eight summit next week. Armstrong said on Monday that he believed rates need to be addressed by a joint statement from the Japan-U.S. Business Council and hopefully by the two governments in an immediate and appropriate fashion. (NTT). From left are Texas Instruments Inc chairman, president and CEO Thomas Engibous; Makihara; Armstrong; world's largest soysauce brewer Kikkoman president Yuzaburo Mogi; TRW Inc President and CEO Joseph Gorman; Fuji Bank Chairman Toru Hashimoto and Citigroup Vice Chairman Deryck Maughan.

KM/THL
TELECOMS JAPAN NTT
RTR65WT
July 11, 2000
The chairmen of Japan-U.S. Business Council, Michael Armstrong (2nd R) the chairman and CEO of AT&T,...
Tokyo, Japan
CHAIRMEN OF JAPAN AND U.S. BUSINESS COUNCIL AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOKYO.
The chairmen of Japan-U.S. Business Council, Michael Armstrong (2nd R) the chairman and CEO of AT&T, and Minoru Makihara (2nd L), chairman of Mitsubushi Corp attend a news conference in Tokyo July 11. The United States and Japan are now in working level talks in the Japanese capital to resolve a thorny dispute over rates charged for domestic telephone lines before a Group of Eight summit next week. At left is Texas Instruments Inc chairman, president and CEO Thomas Engibous and at right is Yuzaburo Mogi, president of world's largest soysauce brewer Kikkoman.

KM
TELWCOMS JAPAN NTT
RTR65WC
July 11, 2000
AT&T Chairman and CEO Michael Armstrong (2nd R) faces to Minoru Makihara (2nd L), chairman of Japan-U.S....
Tokyo, Japan
U.S. AND JAPAN BUSINESS LEADERS AT JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOKYO.
AT&T Chairman and CEO Michael Armstrong (2nd R) faces to Minoru Makihara (2nd L), chairman of Japan-U.S. business council and Mitsubushi Corp, during a news conference in Tokyo July 11. The United States and Japan are now in working level talks in Japanese capital to resolve a thorny dispute over rates charged for domestic telephone lines before a Group of Eight summit next week. At left is Texas Instruments Inc chairman, president and CEO Thomas Engibous and at right is Yuzaburo Mogi, president of world's largest soysauce brewer Kikkoman.

KM
INDIA SOFTWARE
RTR2ZLX
April 10, 2000
A semi conductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments...
Bangalore, Republic of India
A SEMICONDUCTOR CHIP DESIGNER WORKS IN BANGALORE.
A semi conductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today, is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'. Picture taken April 4.

SK/PB
INDIA SOFTWARE
RTR2ZLQ
April 10, 2000
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc...
Bangalore, Republic of India
A CLOSE UP OF A COMPUTER COMPONENT IN BANGALORE.
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'. Picture taken April 4.

SK/PB
INDIA
RTXJPPJ
April 09, 2000
A semiconductor chip designer inspects a computer chip at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in...
Bangalore, India
A semiconductor chip designer inspects a computer chip at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc i.....
A semiconductor chip designer inspects a computer chip at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore, April 4. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'.
INDIA
RTXJPPI
April 09, 2000
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc...
Bangalore, India
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments .....
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore, April 4. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'.
INDIA SOFTWARE
RTR2YI0
April 09, 2000
A semiconductor chip designer inspects a computer chip at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in...
Bangalore, Republic of India
A CHIP DESIGNER LOOKS THROUGH A MICROSCOPE IN BANGALORE.
A semiconductor chip designer inspects a computer chip at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore, April 4. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'.

SK/PB
INDIA SOFTWARE
RTR2YHT
April 09, 2000
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc...
Bangalore, Republic of India
A SEMICONDUCTOR CHIP DESIGNER WORKS IN BANGALORE.
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore, April 4. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'.

SK/PB
INDIA
RTXJR0O
April 07, 2000
A semi conductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments...
Bangalore, India
A semi conductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments.....
A semi conductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today, is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'. Picture taken April 4.
INDIA
RTXJR0L
April 07, 2000
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc...
Bangalore, India
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments .....
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'. Picture taken April 4.
INDIA
RTXJQXH
April 07, 2000
A semi conductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments...
Bangalore, India
A semi conductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments.....
A semi conductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today, is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'. Picture taken April 4.
INDIA
RTXJQXA
April 07, 2000
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc...
Bangalore, India
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments .....
A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'. Picture taken April 4.
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