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12500 Ti Boulevard
PO Box 660199
Dallas, TX 75266-0199
Industry: Semiconductor - Broad Line
Full Time Employees: 30,175
Texas Instruments Incorporated engages in the design, manufacture, marketing, and sale of high-technology components in the United States and internationally. It operates in two segments, Semiconductor and Education Technology. The Semiconductor segment offers analog semiconductors and digital signal processors, which are used in applications that serve the communications, computer, consumer electronics, automotive, and industrial markets. This segment also designs and manufactures other types of semiconductors, such as microcontrollers, a microprocessor designed to control a very specific task for electronic equipment used in safety-critical automotive applications; DLP, a digital display technology used in projectors and high-definition televisions, which enable clear video; microprocessors that serve as the brains of high-end computer servers; and standard logic devices are chips generally used to manage the interchange and manipulation of signals within a system. It sells its products to original equipments manufacturers, original design manufacturers, contract manufacturers, and distributors through a direct sales force, distributors, and authorized third-party sales representatives. The Education Technology Segment supplies graphing handheld calculators; business and scientific calculators; and classroom tools and professional development resources to help students and teachers interactively explore math and science. This segment sells its products primarily through retailers and instructional dealers. The company was founded in 1930 as Geophysical Service and changed its name to Texas Instruments Incorporated in 1951. Texas Instruments is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
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Mr. Thomas J. Engibous, 55
Mr. Richard K. Templeton, 49
Chief Exec. Officer, Pres and Exec. Director
Mr. Kevin P. March, 50
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer and Sr. VP
Mr. March was named senior vice president and chief financial officer of Texas Instruments in October 2003.
He joined Texas Instruments in 1984 as part of the company’s finance development program. During his TI career, he has held numerous assignments in finance, operations, marketing, and general business management across TI’s corporate and business operations, including a wide range of TI’s Semiconductor businesses as well as its former defense business. Mr. March has served as director of finance and controller for several of TI’s Semiconductor businesses and for TI’s analog European operations. He was named vice president and financial planning manager for TI’s global operations in 1997, and controller for the company in 2002.
He earned a bachelor of science degree in 1983 in economics and business, and a master’s degree in 1984 in business administration with concentrations in finance and accounting, both from the University of Pittsburgh.
Mr. March serves as a member of the Conference Board's Council of Financial Executives and Financial Executives International. He is treasurer of the Texas Instruments Foundation, and is currently serving as chairman of the Audit Committee of the Board of the Semiconductor Industry Association.
Mr. Michael J. Hames, 48
Sr. VP and Mang. of App Spec Prod
Mr. Gregg A. Lowe, 45
Sr. VP and Mang. of Total Analog Bus. Unit
Shares Outstanding: 1.33B
% Held by Insiders1: 0.06%
% Held by Institutions1: 77.90%
Total Cash: 2.92B
Total Cash Per Share: 2.205
Total Debt: 0
Book Value Per Share: 7.426
Operating Cash Flow: 4.41B
Levered Free Cash Flow: 2.73B
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