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Micron appoints Durcan CEO

2/5/2012 00:46 AM EST
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any1
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any1   2/6/2012 2:29:41 PM
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Mark Durcan seems to be a decent, competent guy. But I don't know that he has any real vision of the company being anything other than what it is right now. Micron is at a cross roads where some longer term strategic thinking is needed. Micron is known for having an insular corporate culture that nearly always promotes it's executives from within. It might be time to break from that tradition.

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webserver227   2/6/2012 8:32:25 PM
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Good luck Mark for your new position, Hope the best for you to make Micron great company in the future. Ming.

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BLinder   2/7/2012 5:18:03 AM
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Hey, let's give Mark a chance to shine and see how he steers the boat. Under Appleton is was his way or out the door. Mark is a very smart guy and could take the company to new levels and opportunities. Shake up Boise Mark, here is your chance!

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ibm221   2/7/2012 6:50:27 AM
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Boise state vs. Rice who ll win?

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ibm221   2/7/2012 6:56:22 AM
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what would be in Mark's mind now... prayer answered? wrath of heaven?

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ibm221   2/7/2012 6:57:50 AM
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or David vs. Saul?

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