VERNDON, VA – iNEMI has named Marc Benowitz, Ph.D., chief executive officer, replacing Bill Bader, who retired as CEO after eight years atop the consortium.

Read more: iNEMI Names Benowitz CEO

HSINCHU, TAIWAN – Machvision said December revenue grew 180% year-over-year to $6.05 million, a record high.

Read more: Machvision’s December Revenue Up 180%, Sets Record

SAN JOSE -- Sanmina lowered its financial guidance for its December and March quarters, citing delayed new program ramps and an unfavorable program mix.

Read more: Sanmina Lowers Sales Forecast, to Close 3 Sites

A consortium of expert European organizations have united to create the first European database of valuable materials available for "urban mining" from scrap vehicles, spent batteries, waste electronic and electrical equipment, and mining wastes.

Read more: New EU 'Urban Mining' Database Maps Valuable Resources in e-Waste

WASHINGTON -- The US Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a challenge by a South Korean printed circuit board fabricator contesting an appeals court's decision backing dismissal of the company’s $73 million currency exchange fraud suit against Citibank.

Read more: Supreme Court Denies Simmtech's Motion in Currency Hedging Suit

SUZHOU, CHINA – Ventec International Group’s Suzhou, China, and UK facilities have passed the transition audit to AS9100 Revision D with no non-conformances, in accordance with the Aerospace Supplier Quality System Certification Scheme.

Read more: Ventec Passes AS9100 Rev. D Transition Audit in China, UK

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