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Seven reasons why VLSI's Hutcheson is upbeat AND worried

Why upbeat?
7/31/2009 02:00 PM EDT
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re: Seven reasons why VLSI's Hutcheson is upbeat AND worried
BJMcKane   8/2/2009 4:20:45 AM
Typical Dan Hutcheson. Talking out of both sides of his mouth: bullish and bearish, positive and negative, so he can later claim he was right in either case. He is an anachronistism. Why bother to cover him? It just nurtures his bloated ego, now wounded by SEMI, having been properly excluded from Semicon West. Talk to real business people who actually know whats going on.

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