Micron Sales Plunge 53%. It Is Cutting More Staff. Better Days Lie Ahead. | Barron’s
Technology shares are modestly higher in late trading Tuesday after the memory chip company posted financial results for its fiscal second quarter ended March 2 that were about in line with expectations, as a weak market for PCs and smartphones continued to weigh on the company’s results. Micron also said that as part of its cost-reduction program, it will reduce staff by about 15%—up from a previous plan to cut heads by 10%.
But there are some promising signs for the memory chip maker.
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