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Monday, Aug 13
2012, 11:49 AM
Top Japanese chip equipment maker Tokyo Electron (TOELF.PK) is buying U.S. peer FSI...
Top Japanese chip equipment maker Tokyo Electron (TOELF.PK) is buying U.S. peer FSI International (FSII +52.4%) for $6.20/share, or $252.5M, in cash. The price represents a 53% premium to FSI's Friday close. The deal, which will strengthen TEL's wafer surface preparation offerings, could be weighing a little on Lam Research (LRCX -1.4%), which bought Novellus partly for its surface preparation tech. (PR)