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Microchip CEO: Five reasons to be bullish, bearish

Microchip CEO: Five reasons to be bullish, bearish
4/28/2010 04:00 PM EDT
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Duane Benson   5/3/2010 11:00:12 PM
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It's hard to say what's really going on, but having just returned from a couples of days at the ESC show, I'm optimistic. Pretty much everyone I talked to felt that this year is already better then last. I suspect that, to a degree, we're all just tired of being in a recession. Perhaps that's a large component of what gets us out of recessions -- we all just get antsy to get moving again, so we do. Edited by: ESD editorial staff: SRambo on May 5, 2010 6:07 PM

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