Texas Instruments is joining a growing list of chip-makers experiencing improved financials as the year draws to a close. Ron Slaymaker, a TI vice president and head of investor relations, said revenue will land in the upper end of a range the company projected in October, with potential growth of 19% over a year-ago same period. The company is benefiting from increased sales of analog chips because of greater demand from computers, data-storage products, industrial equipment and the automotive segments.

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