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11/14/2012 04:20 PM EST
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junko.yoshida
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re: Sharp said to be in talks with Intel, Qualcomm
junko.yoshida   11/15/2012 12:08:56 AM
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Well, none of the companies mentioned in the story as potential investors will be a winner -- unless Sharp gets its act together. There is still a lot of work ahead for Sharp. Even if either Intel or Qualcomm can bring their customers to Sharp as potential buyers of Sharp's small to mid-range panels, that's not an automatic win either for Qualcomm or Intel -- unless Sharp can deliver goods on time, in good quality, in volume and at the price their customers demand.

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re: Sharp said to be in talks with Intel, Qualcomm
SylvieBarak   11/14/2012 7:15:51 PM
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Which firm do you feel would be the most beneficial benefactor for Sharp, Junko? Who would make best use of the assets?

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