This week, Bloomberg TV caught up with Lam's CFO, Doug Bettinger, at the 26th Annual Technology Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, hosted by Credit Suisse, the global investment bank and financial services firm.
Doug covered a variety of topics, including Lam's commitment to China while adhering to U.S. semiconductor equipment restrictions, industry cyclicality, and long-term semiconductor demand. He also discussed Lam's continued R&D investments, signaling our leadership in Etch.
You can watch the full interview below or watch on Bloomberg.com.
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