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old account Frank Eory
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
old account Frank Eory   12/14/2010 8:22:13 PM
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The list should include Aart de Geus. Synopsys has been buying up IP companies left and right, establishing the model for a new era in the EDA industry and in how SoCs are developed.

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Cavium Lover   12/14/2010 6:55:54 PM
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sandeep vij? that's gotto be in the top 10 jokes of the year. considering no Steve Jobs. mips is a dead business.

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danlutes   12/14/2010 5:42:01 PM
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The article title is CEO's who made a difference. I don't see an explanation of how Gou of Foxconn made a difference, or even much explanation of what he personally did, much less the impact his actions had.

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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
goafrit   12/14/2010 4:00:39 PM
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This is a wishy list. Where is Jobs? I mean this list is not elegant.

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Rain Three   12/14/2010 6:07:01 AM
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Motorola mobile made a good recover, while we shouldn't miss Steven Jobs. In semiconductor, let's look at NXP's Rick Clemmer, who is reshaping the company.

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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
Code Monkey   12/13/2010 10:25:02 PM
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Don't forget NXP's Rick Clemmer, who re-focused NXP at the "High Performance Mixed Signal" business.

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Warren3   12/13/2010 10:19:22 PM
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Made a difference in 2010? I'd of included Paul Otellini (Intel Corporation); the breadth and depth and scale of what he executes upon is phenominal. Admittedly not “fighting for [corporate] survival” but there’s been plenty of “hunkering down” in the midst of a tremendous industry downturn.

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kiomars   12/13/2010 10:03:43 PM
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This list is heavily biased, without Steve Job who really changed the industry and our way of life

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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
steven_sh   12/13/2010 9:48:04 PM
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Foxconn has many workers suicide this year, this alone will disqualified Mr. Guo from this list.

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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
mcgrathdylan   12/13/2010 6:18:06 PM
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Our list is admittedly semiconductor heavy because of the nature of our publication. Also, this list is not comprehensive, nor is it the final word on the subject. We came up with 10 CEOs we thought ought to be recognized, but many others could have been included on this list, including those suggested by readers above. We encourage anyone and everyone to name other CEOs whose performance in 2010 arguably could have merited their inclusion.

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