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Canon struggles in litho as tool prices soar

Canon struggles in litho as tool prices soar
9/18/2009 03:00 PM EDT
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AlejandroW
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re: Canon struggles in litho as tool prices soar
AlejandroW   9/24/2009 6:28:22 AM
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Canons market is getting bigger and bigger. Perot Systems is being bought by Dell ? oh, it's so exciting! A software/computer company is being bought by another software/computer company! The sky is going to start falling ? this is more exciting than anything else on earth, such as the birth of one's first child, or the Cowboys losing. There's nothing more exciting than business software companies being bought by other business software companies. OK, all kidding aside ? it is kind of a big deal. Perot Systems does indeed involve Ross Perot ? the guy with huge ears and billions of dollars besides Prince Charles. The company will be purchased by Dell for a reported $3.9 billion, a mere pittance, but since these companies are huge, they aren't likely to need a payday lender for buying Perot Systems. Pls. click http://personalmoneystore.com/Payday-Lenders/loan-Lenders/payday-Lender/ for more more details.

mike_allan
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re: Canon struggles in litho as tool prices soar
mike_allan   9/20/2009 12:17:46 AM
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Good article. As prices of litho equipment grows, semi companies need to pool their resources and fund one site they can share.

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