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(The Register)   Global shortage? Chipmaker GlobalFoundries cutting global jobs, staying ahead of the global curve   ( divider line
    More: Followup, Expense, Layoff, Operating expense, Dutchess County, New York, Termination of employment, Cost, East Fishkill, New York, Upstate New York  
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2022-11-14 11:56:51 AM  
Keeping the microprocessor shortage going is great for profits
2022-11-14 12:03:42 PM  
There is not a shortage of chips made on advanced nodes. There is a huge shortage of ICs made on trailing edge nodes. Those are the ones preventing you from getting cars or building new factories.
2022-11-14 4:41:20 PM  
Global Foundries had AMD as a captive customer for about a decade after it was divested, but once that agreement ended things have gone pretty terribly for them.  This is a pretty unsurprising event.
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