Apple is racing to hire former Texas Instruments employees in Israel in an effort to staff a planned R&D center. Not wanting to be outdone, Intel has decided to ramp up their efforts to hire the same former Texas Instruments employees before Apple can grab them first.
A new report claims that Intel is offering the employees “healthy compensation packages” above the standard salary rates in an effort to keep the employees [Read More...]
As reported in recent months, Apple has big plans for its burgeoning interests in the Middle East, but primarily in Israel, where the company is planning for major staff expansions in the coming months. A full slew of new jobs have been posted, mostly for “SoC Backend Physical Design Engineers” in and around the site of Apple’s Israel-based operations. And, from the sound of it, Apple is just getting started with plans to further grow its [Read More...]
As reported late last year, Apple’s interest in Anobit, a flash memory company based in Israel, hinted at a large investment of cash, resources, and talent by Apple in the Middle East. And today, we’re learning even more about this ongoing development. A newspaper out of the Middle East says that Anobit, which was acquired by Apple in late 2011, is hiring at a rampant pace. And that’s good for Apple, which has designs on doing some [Read More...]
As we reported on Tuesday, Apple is thought to be on the verge of paying somewhere between $400 and $500 million to acquire Anobit, a flash memory company based in Israel. This news first leaked late Monday from a Middle Eastern news source, which indicated that Apple CEO Tim Cook is actively considering an acquisition of the firm, which presently has some 200 employees. On Wednesday, however, we leaned that in addition to the possible Anobit takeover, [Read More...]