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Update: Fairchild shuts fab, cuts jobs

1/6/2011 00:06 AM EST
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re: Update: Fairchild shuts fab, cuts jobs
Bhola_#1   1/7/2011 12:14:40 AM
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it might be mixture of economy/consumer health and management inabilities. hope for the best..conumer health is improving very fast.

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Baolt   1/6/2011 11:09:38 PM
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Fairchild, establisher of silicon walley, starter of electronics innovation craziness in US, declining down hardly. Is it really the sign of crunching dream? or just matter of terrible management?

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kdjadlksad   1/6/2011 7:02:16 AM
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hope they get their fair share

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yalanand   1/6/2011 4:00:03 AM
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Good to know that Fairchild is providing standard benefit package for employees impacted by this restructuring, this will definitely help those who lost job.

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