Amkor releases Q1 2004 results

The company’s first quarter 2004 net income includes a pre-tax charge of $2.7 million, in connection with the prepayment of its term loan under its senior secured credit facility. In the first quarter 2003, Amkor’s net income included a loss from continuing operations of $40 million, or ($0.24) per share, which was offset by income of $55 million, or $0.33 per share, in connection with its divested wafer fabrication services business.

(April 27, 2004) Bethlehem, Pa.&#8212At the nano-level, gold acquires a new shine, a new set of properties and a host of potential new applications. All that glitters is not gold, goes the old adage. But the shrinking frontiers of science require a qualifier: gold itself does not always glitter. In fact, if gold is created in small enough chunks, it turns red, blue, yellow and other colors, says Chris Kiely, who directs the new Nanocharacterization Laboratory in Lehigh’s Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology.


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