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Archived Copies of Warranty Week
December 2002 to Today
Semiconductor Warranty Report:
Though the companies making capital equipment that's used to fabricate and test semiconductors and printed circuit boards continue to pay more warranty expense than their manufacturing customers, the gap has narrowed considerably over time. Some companies have cut their expense rates in half.
June 1, 2017
VW's Emissions Warranty Scandal:
Some students cheat on tests. But companies rarely do, because the cost of getting caught is very high. And in the long run, someone usually snitches. So isn't it ironic that a bunch of students caught one of the world's largest manufacturers cheating on a test?
October 1, 2015
Although warranty costs are volatile across the industry, it's the makers of test equipment and production machinery that seem to pay the most. And it's the chip and circuit board makers that pay the least -- some so little that they don't bother to report it to the SEC.
April 17, 2007
If you pass the test, you get the sale. But Sub-Zero didn't even tell SAS what to look for in its warranty data.
February 15, 2005
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