Texas Instruments Incorporated

Texas Instruments owes its establishment to Geophysical Service Inc. (GSI), which opened in 1930. The company focused on the oil and gas business. Patrick Haggerty, Eugene McDermott, Erik Jonsson, and Celi Green were former GSI employees who bought the company in 1941. In the 1950s, the company entered the semiconductor industry. The company rebranded to Texas Instruments Incorporates in 1951. During this period, the company revolutionized the semiconductor industry with the invention of the silicon conductor and the integrated circuit.

Today, Texas Instruments is a major player in the semiconductor industry. The company produces semiconductors for customers all around the world. TI’s operations are segmented into Analog and Embedded Processing categories. The company’s major products include power management solutions microcontrollers for electronics and electronic components. These products are mainly used by automotive and industrials sectors.

Texas Instruments trades on NASDAQ as TXN. The company’s stock is a constituent of the S&P 100, S&P 500, and NASDAQ 100 components.

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