Texas Instruments

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Headquarters:
12500 TI Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75243
Employees: 31,000
CEO: Rich Templeton
Stock Symbol: TXN

Website: http://www.ti.com

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Texas Instruments (TI) is one of the world's largest semiconductor companies and the world's leading designer and supplier of real-time signal processing solutions. The company designs and manufactures analog, digital signal processing and DLP chip technologies found in devices such as cellphones, flat-screen TVs and projectors.

TI is headquartered in Dallas, TX, and has manufacturing, design or sales operations in more than 35 countries serving over 100,000 customers worldwide.

Employment at TI is over 31,000 worldwide. Here is where they are located:

13,000 in The Americas
14,000 in Asia
1,000 in Japan
3,000 in Europe

In 2014, TI reported revenues of $13.0 billion, up 8% from the previous year, and net income of $2.82 billion. The company spent $1.35 billion on research and development, down from $1.57 billion the previous year.

TI has more than 41,000 patents and issued 1,000 new patents in 2013. The company has won two Emmy awards for DLP technology.

History

1930
   · 
John Karcher, Eugene McDermott resign from Amerada Petroleum Corp.
   · Karcher, McDermott leave secure jobs, stake careers on new technology
   · Reflection seismography employs signal processing in search for oil
   · May 16: Firm incorporated as Geophysical Service, informally known as GSI
   · GSI first independent firm specializing in reflection seismograph method
   · Future leaders H. Bates Peacock, Erik Jonsson and Cecil Green join GSI

1938
   · GSI begins effort to separate oil interests from geophysical exploration
   · Dec. 23 - Incorporated in Delaware as Geophysical Service Inc. (GSI)

1939
   · 
Name changes to Coronado Corporation
   · GSI becomes subsidiary with McDermott as president

1951
   · 
Name changed to Texas Instruments Incorporated; GSI becomes subsidiary
   · McDermott named chairman; Jonsson named president; Green heads GSI unit
   · Patrick Haggerty named executive vice president, director

1952
   · 
TI enters semiconductor business with purchase of transistor license

1953
   · 
First public Annual Report issued
   · Oct. 1 ­ TI lists on NYSE via merger with Intercontinental Rubber Co.
   · Central Research Laboratories (CRL) established
   · To diversify, TI buys Engineering Supply Company, Houston Technical Labs

1987 - Digital Micromirror Device or DLP chip, was invented by Dr. Larry Hornbeck of Texas Instruments.

2011 - TI buys National Semiconductor for $6.5 billion.

Benefits

Benefits packages vary by location.

Compensation and Financial
- Salary or Base Pay
- Bonus Programs
- Profit Sharing
- Employee Stock Purchase Plan
- 401(k) Plan
Health
- Health PPO Plan
- Health Maintenance Organizations
- Dental PPO Plan
- Dental HMOs
- Vision Care
- Employee Assistance Program
- Flexible Spending Accounts (Health Care and Dependent Care)
- International Travel Assistance
Income Protection
- Paid Holidays and Vacation
- Short- and Long-Term Disability
- Life Insurance
- Accidental Death & Dismemberment
- Business Travel Accident Insurance
Health Excellence
- On-Site Family Fitness and Recreation Centers
- Smoking Cessation Program
- Nutrition Services
- Online Health Resource
- Prenatal Programs
- Preventive Health Care Programs

Updated January 26, 2015