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AMD’s unflappable mien in India

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defendor   3/10/2012 4:29:47 PM
Hey Tippu, don't you ever get sick of writing this india propaganda? I mean really... how retarded are you people that you need to keep repeating this super-talent garbage over and over and over again..year after year after year. Do you people have some type of inferiority complex that requires you constantly toot your own horns and to constantly cheat to win when hiring new engineers? I can't think of any other nationality in the world that is this insecure and manipulative when it comes to shameless-self-promotion of the indians to non-indians, and constantly acting unethically, and breaking the laws in order to gain monopolistic control of companies over the majority. You country is digging its own grave in the eyes of others.

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re: AMD’s unflappable mien in India
stippu   3/24/2011 2:10:31 PM
Buy AMD stock? Only if its going to be real long term buy...i guess. But the feeling I got is that AMD somehow misses something along the line.. its a great company I hear from some folks working there but the fizz is lacking. Probably if a real dynamic CEO comes on board and takes them on an uncharted path, things could change...

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eewiz   3/16/2011 4:32:52 AM
Even with the acquisition of ATI, AMD was real slow in integrating GPU onto CPU die. Infact Intel got upper hand in the battle of integrated CPU-GPU with sandybridge. Hope to see AMD versions soon. BTW with the new macbooks integrating AMD GPUs, I hope to see an upswing for AMD. Good time to buy AMD stock?

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