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Zarlink sells Swedish campus

9/29/2010 11:37 PM EDT
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re: Zarlink sells Swedish campus
krisi   9/30/2010 11:54:07 PM
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Funny title. A high tech company selling some land and buildings is hardly news of interests to most people. It is actually very common in a semi biz which bring the question why these companies buy real estate in a first place?...the real news here is that Zarlink MICS chip is implanted to regulate both heart and blood pressure.Amazing! Kris

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