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Alteras CEO sees parallels to 08 downturn

10/21/2011 05:43 AM EDT
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Sanjib.A
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re: Alteras CEO sees parallels to 08 downturn
Sanjib.A   10/24/2011 3:38:33 PM
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This doesn't come as a surprise. Many are talking about similar dip as it happened in 2008 2nd half. I also think, the pesimism and fear hurts the economy further.

elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   10/22/2011 8:01:32 PM
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interesting comment. So u belive the economy is nt really on the down turn.

elPresidente
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elPresidente   10/21/2011 6:08:35 PM
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Daane is a very vocal baby to the people in Washington about getting his tax cuts. He wants his tax breaks - it's in his personal interest to talk the up market down. Then there's today's Dow Jones industrial average...rallying UP in contradiction to his apparent political agenda. Pay Altera's US taxes on all that offshored, deferred-tax money sitting in Malaysia, John, and quit bitching about the quality of US schools available for your children. You're the one to blame for that one, not us.

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goafrit   10/21/2011 1:59:35 PM
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Interesting? I do not think Altera has the capacity to access this trend. What is their market share? Can they truly see this pattern?

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