AMAT - Applied Materials Inc.8:00:00 PM 5/28/2024
+ 0.43 (0.19%)
Applied Materials, Inc. is an American corporation that supplies equipment, services and software for the manufacture of semiconductor chips for electronics, flat panel displays for computers, smartphones and televisions, and solar products. The company also supplies equipment to produce coatings for flexible electronics, packaging and other applications. The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, in Silicon Valley. Founded in 1967 by Michael A. McNeilly and others, Applied Materials went public in 1972. In subsequent years, the company diversified, until James C. Morgan became CEO in 1976 and returned the company's focus to its core business of semiconductor manufacturing equipment. By 1978, sales increased by 17%.
Quarterly financials
(USD)Apr 2024Q/Q
Gross Profit3.2B-2%
Cost Of Revenue3.5B-0%
Operating Income1.9B-3%
Operating Expenses1.2B+0%
Net Income1.7B-15%
Interest Expense59MM-
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