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Credence posts record Q4 results, but cites uncertain outlook
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11/30/2000   Post a comment
FREMONT, Calif. -- Despite a record fourth quarter and a strong fiscal year, Credence Systems Corp. tempered the news this week with talk of an expected downturn in revenue for the first quarter due to looming uncertainties in the marketplace.
K&S to acquire Probe Technology for $65 million
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11/14/2000   Post a comment
WILLOW GROVE, Pa.--Kulicke & Soffa Industries Inc. today announced an agreement to acquire Probe Technology Corp. of Santa Clara, Calif., a 25-year-old supplier of probe cards for semiconductor testing. The privately-held company will be purchased for about $65 million in cash, under the agreement.


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