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posted in December 1999
Mentor layoffs target board division
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12/20/1999   Post a comment
Robison leaves Cadence for AT&T
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12/16/1999   Post a comment
Venture capitalist urges EDA innovation
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12/16/1999   Post a comment
The EDA industry is crying for respect from the venture capital community, but it has to earn it, according to venture capitalist Andy Rappaport, who gave a sobering keynote to semiconductor and EDA executives here at the Design Closure seminar.
Cadence executive departures "flatten" company
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12/16/1999   Post a comment
The December departure of two key Cadence executives, John Olsen and Shane Robison, will result in a "flattening" of the company's organizational structure, said Ray Bingham, Cadence president and CEO.
Robison Leaves Cadence for AT&T
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12/15/1999   Post a comment
Shane Robison, president of the Design Productivity Group at Cadence Design Systems Inc., announced he will be leaving Friday (Dec. 17) to join AT&T, where he will be president of Internet Technology and Development for AT&T Labs.
Aspec sells libraries and services business
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12/10/1999   Post a comment
Hoping to ride the momentum that has sent its stock from pennies to almost $5 a share, Aspec Technology Inc. said it is selling its physical libraries and services business to focus on being a tools provider.
Virage buys Mentor library unit
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12/8/1999   Post a comment
Building its strength in the embedded memory market, Virage Logic has purchased Mentor Graphics' Physical Library Division for an undisclosed sum.


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