Texas Instruments (TXN) plans to sell $1B worth of senior notes. The chipmaker, which has plenty...


Texas Instruments (TXN) plans to sell $1B worth of senior notes. The chipmaker, which has plenty of cash and investments on its balance sheet, says it could use the proceeds for a stock buyback. If that's the case, TI would be the latest in a line of tech companies to take advantage of low bond yields to repurchase shares (I, II).

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