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London Calling: Infineon prepares to hibernate

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geekmaster
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re: London Calling: Infineon prepares to hibernate
geekmaster   11/17/2012 12:04:53 AM
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Didn't they get $1.4B from Intel for their wireless biz end of 2010? They should have enough cash for dry times. Looks like Kulim 2 is also pushed out, right?

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Peter Clarke   11/16/2012 8:18:56 PM
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@Roger Sleep is a low-energy state compared to dynamic activity when awake. There is still a lot of brain activity, breathing, processing of food and information going on. But things slow down; tired muscles rest and repair. In that sense it feels like Infineon, which made a good profit in FY12, is a strong company but has decided to slow things down and at least take things easy through a difficult winter.

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Roger3   11/16/2012 6:39:57 PM
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Peter, Sorry, do you really think that is possible to put a company to sleep ? Rogerio

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