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Apple CEO Tim Cook to take more than 40% pay cut Business


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u/Dramatic-Ad7192 Jan 13 '23

Intel keeping fabs in the US was more of a national security/IP protection decision. Not sure they’d be allowed to go fabless. We’re dumping money into US chipmakers at the moment.


u/[deleted] Jan 13 '23

Yes I know. TSMC however is also developing fabs in the US. And given INTC has shitty fab tech, I have no confidence that they will reach leading edge nodes like TSMC by the time INTCs fabs are ready