Applied Materials Chairman and CEO Mike Splinter speaks with Chrystia Freeland, Global Editor at Large, Reuters and co-host Richard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations, about U.S. competitiveness, manufacturing and high tech jobs on Davos Today from the World Economic Forum (WEF). Visit our web site for more information on Applied Materials’ activities at the WEF.
NASDAQ OMX Chief Executive Officer Bob Greifeld (middle) and Applied Materials Chairman and CEO Mike Splinter (right) and CFO George Davis (back right), and other officials participated in the NASDAQ opening bell ceremony today from the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. Visit our web site for more information on Applied Materials' activities at the WEF.
Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com Applied Materials Chairman and CEO, Mike Splinter speaks with Liz Claman of FOX Business on the rising solar energy demand from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Visit our web site for more information on Applied Materials' activities at the World Economic Forum.
Applied Materials hosts a discussion on the Innovation Economy: Emerging Technologies That are Transforming our Lives and Reshaping the Global Economy at the 41st Annual World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. Mike Splinter, Chairman and CEO of Applied Materials (second from left), Dr. Zhengrong Shi, Chairman and CEO of Suntech Power (middle), Tom Friedman, New York Times columnist (left), and Alan Salzman, Co-Founder and CEO of VantagePoint Venture Partners (right) trade thoughts on how new technologies like renewable energy, LED lighting, electric cars, and more are changing the way we live and the global economy. The panel is moderated by Liz Claman, Fox Business anchor (second from right).
To promote science education and excite young people about applying science and technology to solve problems and improve the way people live, the National Taiwan Science Education Center (NTSEC) and Applied Materials unveiled a semiconductor exhibit titled “Amazing Semiconductors” at NTSEC in Taipei, Taiwan this week.
Mike Splinter appeared on Bloomberg's "Street Smart" to discuss fourth quarter earnings and what future technology trends bode well for the company. The full-length interview can be found on Bloomberg's YouTube channel.
During Saturday night’s presentation of the Tech Awards in Santa Clara, California, I experienced a range of emotions as innovators who are using technology to benefit humanity were honored for their accomplishments.
During yesterday’s earnings call Applied Materials CEO Mike Splinter and CFO George Davis discussed the company’s third quarter results. Overall the company exceeded its third quarter guidance driven by strong results in our semiconductor, display and crystalline silicon solar businesses.
A look at our Solar Business
Net sales for the Energy and Environmental Solutions (EES) segment was $387 million dollars, an increase of 133% and was the third highest booking quarter for EES despite the absence of any thin film orders.
Applied Materials Chairman and CEO Mike Splinter was featured in The Atlantic discussing U.S. innovation and manufacturing with David Bradley, publisher of The Atlantic during a conversation on “Creating America’s Next Great Industries” at the Aspen Ideas Festival. Below is a short excerpt from the article.
Today Applied Materials’ CEO Mike Splinter took part in a well-known global thought-leader forum: The Aspen Ideas Festival. Dedicated to the notion that bringing the major policy, business and social leaders of the world together can lead to more meaningful discussion and action, Applied is proud to be able to take part in such a prestigious event.
Specifically, we’re excited to connect with people who, just like us, want to create a cleaner, brighter future for everyone.
Applied Materials Chairman and CEO, Mike Splinter, discusses the solar industry in India and its potential to be at the center of this explosion in demand for solar generated energy, in an interview with Business Today — India’s No. 1 business magazine.