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1/30/2009 04:00 PM EST
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re: Beyer: Freescale can weather 'pessimistic' industry scenario
studleylee   1/31/2009 6:15:44 AM
Beyer is so full of it. He did the same song and dance at Intersil. Killed the wireless and sold the lines saying they should do only analog and power supply support. Now he's taking a processor company and saying the same verbage. He'll milk it for 2-4 years then bail out with a golden parachute.

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