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11/7/2010 11:48 PM EST
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fpgaace
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fpgaace   3/9/2011 1:47:36 PM
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Can you check into Tabula?

Peter Clarke
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Peter Clarke   4/5/2011 2:49:37 PM
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Check into Tabula? What about?

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NimrodO0l1   10/10/2011 10:09:16 PM
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I looked at the site and checked into jobs. Sadly, all the technical jobs are in Taiwan or mainland China. Much of the Silicon Forest has been chopped into little chips and shipped to Asia.

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NimrodO0l1   10/10/2011 10:26:54 PM
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Umm, SpectraWatt? http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4219234/Intel-s-solar-spinoff-files-for-bankruptcy Seems like the promising companies are flaming out faster than you can get the list printed. I view the previous sentence as more sad than sarcastic.

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Lithium-ion Battery   10/28/2011 11:32:07 AM
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Good topics. http://www.lxt-group.com/02/en Lithium-ion Battery

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cjara   7/24/2012 3:09:18 PM
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Hello Peter do you know where this information was generated? I'm working with professors who are analyzing the behaviors of founders in the Silicon Valley region. Right now we are trying to find different areas to gather the information. Thanks!!

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Peter Clarke   3/26/2013 4:18:21 PM
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@cjara This information was generated by EE Times staff.

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