Who Ruled the Semiconductor Market in 2011?
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No doubt about it... technology is playing an increasingly important role in our everyday lives, and investors who understand that trend stand to benefit big-time. And perhaps no industry lies more at the center of this trend than the semiconductor industry, which should grow into a $300 billion industry soon. With so much at stake, the companies in this industry fight tooth and nail for market share. Recently, the latest figures for market share in this cutthroat industry were released. Find out who the winners and losers were in the semi market in 2012.
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