Chinese chipmaker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. said Thursday its Vice Chairman Chiang Shang-Yi had resigned to “spend more time with his family.” Chiang’s departure came as China’s largest chipmaker reported its revenue climbed 31% to $1.42 billion in the third quarter. Chiang, a former senior executive of the Taiwanese semiconductor foundry TSMC, joined SMIC in late 2020 after leaving Wuhan Hongxin Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., a government-backed chipmaking project folded earlier this year. [Bloomberg]