For decades it was a staple in the classroom thanks to its world-renowned graphing calculator technologies, but Texas Instruments has since evolved into a global leader in the semiconductor and integrated circuits industry. Beyond the bottom line, giving back to and supporting STEM education remains a core component of their overarching goal to equip, empower and prepare future generations of innovators.

In terms of their recent stock activity, Texas Instruments (TXN) has delivered incredibly well – from 31 October 2018 through 30 November 2019, the firm’s performance rose 39.2%. And just as important as investment success, Crescent Wealth Super is committed to providing our members with investment options with companies that are ethical leaders.

There are few companies that can claim they are one of the world’s most ethical organisations, but Texas Instruments has been consistently recognised for exactly that. As Ethisphere Magazine puts it: “As an 86-year-old company and a 10-time honouree on Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies list, Texas Instruments (TI) has demonstrated a long history of putting ethics into action.” It’s just one of the many reasons why we are proud to share their story with you.

One of the company’s major initiatives, Project Hope, is aimed at bringing education to impoverished rural areas through the funding and construction of schools. So far that initiative has benefited 3,100 teachers and 48,500 students across three provinces.

High ethical standards and consistently positive stock returns? That’s an investment opportunity worth celebrating at Crescent Wealth.

More about Texas Instruments

Based in Dallas, Texas and listed on the New York Stock Exchange as TXNTexas Instruments Incorporated is a United States technology company that designs and manufactures high-quality graphing calculatorsanalog and embedded processing chips, semiconductors and various integrated circuits, which it sells to electronics designers and manufacturers globally.

With more than 80,000 products available, their expertise is in helping their 100,000+ customers efficiently manage power, accurately sense and transmit data for the semiconductor industryautomotiveconsumer electronics, communications equipment and enterprise systems. The company’s passion is to create a better world by making electronics more affordable through semiconductors is alive today as each generation of innovation builds upon the last to make our technology smaller, more efficient, more reliable and more affordable – opening new markets and making it possible for semiconductors to go into electronics everywhere. We think of this as Engineering Progress.

As a company that has been featured in the world’s most ethical companies list for consecutive years, it’s sustainability and corporate citizenship strategies are at the forefront of business ethics and compliance standards. It’s now well known that a sustainability and social responsibility strategy helps create a competitive advantage for these businesses aiming to be on the of the most admired companies.

To learn more about Texas Instruments Incorporated TI , their company profile on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/company/texas-instruments/.

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Talal currently serves as a Non-Executive Director on the Whitlam Institute and Western Sydney University Foundation Council Board. He also serves as Chairman of First Quay Capital and Chairman of the Australian Arab Dialogue. Talal has also served on the Australia Post, Board of Sydney Ports, Macquarie University and the Western Sydney Area Health Service and the Chairman of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Council of Australia Arab Relations. In an executive capacity, Talal spent 10 years at PwC as a director and strategist, and at investment firm Babcock & Brown in the Corporate Finance Group and later in the Technical Real Estate Division. Later Talal held leadership positions in Better Place Australia, Platinum Hearing and Star Transport Australia.

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