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Mystery buyer for ST-Ericsson's connectivity business

5/28/2013 12:31 PM EDT
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eewiz
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eewiz   5/28/2013 2:16:15 PM
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If the transaction has been closed, there is no point in keeping the buyers name a secret. Sooner or later everyone will know it... atleast from the employees.

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resistion   5/28/2013 7:10:07 PM
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Buyer is Intel http://news.yahoo.com/st-ericsson-sells-gps-business-intel-180627680.html

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chanj0   5/28/2013 9:23:44 PM
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Intel seems to try really hard to get into the mobile business from various angle. Good for them. How're the integration to Intel's chips/ solution? What's the impact to employees on either sides?

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boblespam   5/29/2013 6:33:12 AM
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Intel is also recruiting engineers in Israel and South of France (mostly people fired from TI). I hope they will succeed where TI failed.

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