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mcgrathdylan
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re: Lonely at the top: 10 CEOs out in 2009
mcgrathdylan   10/16/2009 4:28:43 PM
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Alas, the Brian Halla announcement was made the day after this report was published, so he wasn't included. Obviously, he would have been otherwise. [Just a thought: could this article have influenced his decision to retire? I doubt it, too, but you never know...]

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re: Lonely at the top: 10 CEOs out in 2009
GeniusEE   10/14/2009 3:28:59 AM
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Brian Halla, National Semiconductor

junko.yoshida
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re: Lonely at the top: 10 CEOs out in 2009
junko.yoshida   10/12/2009 10:43:23 AM
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You're absolutely right. Watch this space, as we are getting ready to post a new analysis piece this week, following this story on outgoing CEOs.

mmmmh
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re: Lonely at the top: 10 CEOs out in 2009
mmmmh   10/12/2009 8:11:36 AM
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Redundency should start with management team as they are the decision maker. A manager's salary equal to 10 or more employees', who should take the equavalent responsible for his paid, right?! It is unfair to let them go with wind, but leaving endless pain to his employees! EE Times focus on top-bottom analysis but ignoring the lives of semiconductor employees! Although the majority of your readers are employees!

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re: Lonely at the top: 10 CEOs out in 2009
junko.yoshida   10/9/2009 1:15:17 PM
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EE Times is planning on a follow-up analysis piece next week on this very topic. Did we miss anyone on this list? Please let us know and feel free to chime in.



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