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Analysis: NXP's survival options must include more asset sales

1/5/2009 05:00 PM EST
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Q_riosity
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re: Analysis: NXP's survival options must include more asset sales
Q_riosity   1/25/2009 8:11:33 AM
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NXP was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth but born highly leveraged. So can we safely assume that Mr Clemmer didn't expect his new journey as the CEO of NXP to be a walk in the woods?

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winux38   1/5/2009 8:16:07 PM
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Yet another excel addict who will look at numbers, graphics, tables and at the end will forget the people.... we always know the story it repeats again and again and again.... These f.... financial people destroyed thousands of B$ that they were not even able to create and there is not just a few B$ to save this company from the disaster without taking a special care to people????? it's gonna be time to make revolution again...

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