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2/24/2011 11:05 PM EST
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daleste
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re: On Semi to expand Oregon fab
daleste   2/26/2011 12:45:15 AM
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On has done well since the spin off from Mot. I enjoy seeing them grow. I hope Freescale can do the same someday.

Mark Wehrmeister
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Mark Wehrmeister   2/25/2011 3:42:27 AM
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More good news for those of us in Oregon. First Intel announced plans to expand here and and now On Semiconductor is growing in Gresham!

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phoenixdave   2/25/2011 1:54:29 AM
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Very happy to see there is still an interest in US-based fabs and investments. I hope it's a trend that will catch on.

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Dave.Dykstra   2/25/2011 1:04:47 AM
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Looks like more welcome news for the industry and for the economy in particular.

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