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Does NXP need two executive vice presidents for sales and marketing?

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Michiel Fuller
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re: Does NXP need two executive vice presidents for sales and marketing?
Michiel Fuller   4/5/2012 8:28:16 AM
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I believe such a capable executive with his track record will be quickly headhunted by many big companies out there, so perhaps he was just trying to be humble and not reveal who has contacted him thus far.

Brian@BDH
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Brian@BDH   10/6/2011 2:01:04 AM
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batavier: such true words you type!

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batavier   10/5/2011 9:19:13 PM
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Contrary to popular belief in this country, salea and marketing are NOT the same thing.

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