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Patk0317
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
Patk0317   12/17/2010 6:01:07 AM
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I believe Apple designed it's own solution with the A4 processor in iPad, so I do not think thes other company's enabled Apple's success to the extent that you state. Job's should be on the list - some of these companies would definitely be less profitable w/o Apple's biz and therefore their CEOs may not have made the list.

wilber_xbox
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
wilber_xbox   12/16/2010 11:47:03 PM
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The list does not include CEO of any startup/young company which is disappointing.

KB3001
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
KB3001   12/16/2010 1:16:40 PM
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I beg to differ. His innovative products have boosted the sales of many semiconductor companies. Apple also have their own processors. In any case, if Motorola's CEO is there, then Steve Jobs should be there too IMHO.

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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
Fast14   12/16/2010 9:47:53 AM
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Steve Jobs did nothing to enhance the semiconductor space other than buy chips. The point of Apple is consumer products not semiconductors. I am a huge Apple user but Steve just doesn't 'apply' for inclusion on this list.

Znadfski
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
Znadfski   12/16/2010 9:32:43 AM
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Perfect list , congratulations !!!! It is also historical, since EETimes for the first time recognizes Mr. Laub and Atmel in a positive way. Is it the begining of a new era ?

Hughston
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
Hughston   12/15/2010 10:12:35 PM
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That company needs a better safety net for its workers.

danlutes
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
danlutes   12/15/2010 9:19:50 PM
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I understand that Foxconn is newsworthy, but the article fails to explain whether Gou lead his company through the crisis or simply stood there and reacted to events around him.

PRKU
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
PRKU   12/15/2010 6:15:00 PM
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The list should include Cypress semi CEO T.J.Rodgers who has doubled the companies value in 2010.

minghao
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
minghao   12/15/2010 11:24:49 AM
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No.10 Guo's notable job in 2010 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/may/27/foxconn-suicide-tenth-iphone-china

Sheetal.Pandey
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re: 10 CEOs who made a difference in 2010
Sheetal.Pandey   12/15/2010 4:45:47 AM
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I would include Intel and Apple in the list. Wonder what made Foxconn on the list.

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