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10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010

12/13/2010 05:01 AM EST
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Silicon_Smith
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Silicon_Smith   12/22/2010 4:34:00 PM
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A neat list, I would say. Especially, with ARM, Renesas, Atmel and TI in the list. Refreshing to see these getting recognized.

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p_g   12/23/2010 10:53:08 AM
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Even if we compile top 100 CEO's I am sure we will not be able to cover all CEO's worth recognition.

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mk020   12/28/2010 7:33:11 AM
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Does anyone dare to list the 10 who had the biggest negative impact on their companies?

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Chipr   1/4/2011 8:23:36 PM
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Steve Sanghi of Microchip Technology should be on this list. He's the only semi CEO who did not layoff a single employee during 2009-2010 crisis and those loyal employess then turned around and grew his company by 45%. True leadership is at the helm of this highly successful firm that just celebrated it's 80th quarter of profitabilty. Yes 80 quarters... Has any other CEO on the list had that type of track record?

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uzico   1/12/2011 9:54:10 AM
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I'm sorry but i cannot agree with TI CEO selection. Nokia is going down, and TI's CPU line is mainly in their phones. a new alliance is formed to replace Win-Tel: QUAL-DROID, with Qualcomm taking over the smartphones CPU market. so where is TI in all that?

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