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Zoran rejects takeover bid

2/8/2011 07:25 PM EST
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GREAT-Terry
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GREAT-Terry   2/9/2011 6:30:09 AM
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This company is totally lost in direction! But just like many companies in the field. We've heard of C-Cube, ESS and similar name before who were also once be the leader in the market but just couldn't keep the momentum to move forward. Embracing the consumer market (commodity) is dangerous but it is usually their fate as it is not easy to get out of the comfort zone ans seek new breakthrough.

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Neo10   2/9/2011 4:47:51 AM
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They are stagnating with Digital cameras becoming commodity items. The have failed to enter new markets even when there is a surge in electronic devices every year. I think with their kind of history they should have been in the top 5 but something is seriously lacking. They could have taken up the offer IMO.

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