Wolfson Microelectronics PLC (WLF.L)

WLF.L on London Stock Exchange

232.00GBp
24 Jul 2014
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Wolfson Microelectronics plc (Wolfson) is a semiconductor company. Wolfson is principally engaged in the design, manufacture and supply of high performance mixed-signal integrated circuits for the consumer electronics market. It segments include Audio Hubs and Discrete and Power Products. Audio Hubs includes the supply and sale... (more)

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Beta: 0.96
Market Cap (Mil.): £271.30
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 117.17
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

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Apple supplier Cirrus to buy British chip maker Wolfson

LONDON - U.S. chip maker Cirrus Logic Inc is to buy Wolfson Microelectronics Plc for an agreed 291 million pounds ($489 million) in cash, sending shares in the British company up more than 70 percent.

29 Apr 2014

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Apple supplier Cirrus to buy British chip maker Wolfson

(Corrects to chip maker from handset maker in first paragraph)

29 Apr 2014

Apple supplier Cirrus to buy British chip maker Wolfson

LONDON - U.S. handset maker Cirrus Logic Inc is to buy Wolfson Microelectronics Plc for an agreed 291 million pounds ($489 million) in cash, sending shares in the British microchip maker up more than 70 percent.

29 Apr 2014

BRIEF-Wolfson shares up 73 percent on Cirrus deal

April 29 - Wolfson Microelectronics PLC : * Shares up 73 percent after announcing agreed Cirrus takeover * For more news, please click here

29 Apr 2014

Cirrus Logic to buy Wolfson for 291 mln stg

LONDON, April 29 - U.S. handset maker Cirrus Logic Inc has agreed a deal to buy British microchip maker Wolfson Microelectronics for 291 million pounds ($489 million) to boost its audio division, the two firms said on Tuesday.

29 Apr 2014

UPDATE 1-Chipmaker Wolfson Micro misses out on early 4G demand

LONDON, Feb 5 - British microchip maker Wolfson Microelectronics swung to an underlying loss in the final quarter of 2013 after it struggled against Qualcomm's dominance in 4G mobile phone technology.

05 Feb 2014

Wolfson Micro swings to fourth-quarter loss

LONDON, Feb 5 - British chip maker Wolfson Microelectronics swung to an underlying loss in the final quarter of 2014 after it said a faster-than-anticipated switch to 4G mobile caused it to lose ground to a competitor.

05 Feb 2014

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