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ASML announces next CEO, sees Q1 sales dip

4/17/2013 09:55 AM EDT
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resistion   4/18/2013 8:32:31 AM
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Rather sudden...

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Diogenes53   4/18/2013 3:15:05 PM
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ASML remains very much a one trick pony, incredibly vulnerable to "black swan" innovation a la Clayton Christiansen. They have basically a single product, serving a single market, without meaningful competition. This circumstance virtually always produces corporate arrogance and hubris, and a complacency which resists change. Neither Eric, Peter, or Martin, while competent, seem sufficiently unique or imaginative to resist this misleadingly comfortable environment. ASML desperately needs new products, new technologies, and/or new markets.

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resistion   4/19/2013 12:23:17 AM
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Read that NXE 3300 shipments will fall short of projected rate.

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Simon7382   4/19/2013 5:04:22 AM
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A CFO named as CEO....ASML is a dead company walking. When the bean counters take over it the the death of every tech company. It was for National Semi, and many others.

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