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8/25/2011 02:27 PM EDT
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the lavender fan
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re: AMD appoints former Lenovo exec CEO
the lavender fan   8/29/2011 11:31:46 PM
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"He moved in 2006 to Lenovo -- which bought IBM's PC business In 2009......"

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ibm221   8/30/2011 12:36:45 AM
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lmao, good catch

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re: AMD appoints former Lenovo exec CEO
selinz   8/31/2011 5:34:27 PM
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Well, getting rid of the bean counter as CEO is a good thing strategically, although I'm guessing having him there was good for short term profits. I saw a quote recently, "An economist knows the price of everything but value of nothing." While both extremes of that statement are, I'm sure, a gross exageration, it does point out the focus that a CEO can have. I don't think anyone would call Jobs an economist...

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