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junko.yoshida
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re: 10 companies in trouble (revisited)
junko.yoshida   9/30/2009 12:18:00 PM
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You are correct to note that EE Times has suffered especially during the current economic downturn, just as virtually all media suffered. However, despite the hard times and staff reductions, we've never compromised our journalistic standard or professionalism among our editors, reporters and staff. Meanwhile, we will welcome your opinions about which companies should be in this list and which companies should be taken out.

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re: 10 companies in trouble (revisited)
junko.yoshida   9/30/2009 12:18:00 PM
NO RATINGS
You are correct to note that EE Times has suffered especially during the current economic downturn, just as virtually all media suffered. However, despite the hard times and staff reductions, we've never compromised our journalistic standard or professionalism among our editors, reporters and staff. Meanwhile, we will welcome your opinions about which companies should be in this list and which companies should be taken out.

junko.yoshida
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re: 10 companies in trouble (revisited)
junko.yoshida   9/30/2009 12:18:00 PM
NO RATINGS
You are correct to note that EE Times has suffered especially during the current economic downturn, just as virtually all media suffered. However, despite the hard times and staff reductions, we've never compromised our journalistic standard or professionalism among our editors, reporters and staff. Meanwhile, we will welcome your opinions about which companies should be in this list and which companies should be taken out.

d8v6
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re: 10 companies in trouble (revisited)
d8v6   9/30/2009 1:59:02 AM
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You left out EETimes. With such poor insights, not only is it unable to give impartial views, it is losing credibility every day.

d8v6
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re: 10 companies in trouble (revisited)
d8v6   9/30/2009 1:59:02 AM
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You left out EETimes. With such poor insights, not only is it unable to give impartial views, it is losing credibility every day.

d8v6
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re: 10 companies in trouble (revisited)
d8v6   9/30/2009 1:59:02 AM
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You left out EETimes. With such poor insights, not only is it unable to give impartial views, it is losing credibility every day.

mcgrathdylan
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re: 10 companies in trouble (revisited)
mcgrathdylan   9/29/2009 10:13:55 PM
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No doubt you readers have your own opinion. Who else belongs on this list?

mcgrathdylan
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re: 10 companies in trouble (revisited)
mcgrathdylan   9/29/2009 10:13:55 PM
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No doubt you readers have your own opinion. Who else belongs on this list?

mcgrathdylan
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re: 10 companies in trouble (revisited)
mcgrathdylan   9/29/2009 10:13:55 PM
NO RATINGS
No doubt you readers have your own opinion. Who else belongs on this list?



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