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Qualcomm, Globalfoundries gain in chip sales rankings

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11/8/2012 07:02 AM EST
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vediappan
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vediappan   11/20/2012 5:18:24 AM
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I'M A CHIP MAKER FUTURE OF THE WORLD!!!!!!!!!!

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vediappan   11/20/2012 5:09:36 AM
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i like it this news congras QUALCOMM CORP..,

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Peter Clarke   11/16/2012 1:46:54 AM
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@chen5631867 Depends how you measure it. Do you mean including the $12 billion Abu Dhabi has invested, or after?

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sprite0022   11/12/2012 5:09:30 AM
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power of jewish wisdom ?

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chen5631867   11/11/2012 6:45:05 AM
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Does Global Foundries make moneys? If it is lossing moneys, how long does it plan to make moneys and go to public on market?

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danny1024   11/9/2012 8:39:11 AM
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Are things really as grim for the semiconductor industries in Japan and Europe as these figures imply? These numbers also suggest that the overall buzz surrounding Qualcomm and GlobalFoundries is truly warranted.

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