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re: Micron misses forecast in results
resistion   12/23/2010 6:28:03 PM
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Elpida's in worse shape, being so Taiwan-dependent,but really dragging Taiwan down with it. Micron might be getting into trouble, with Intel's support starting to wane in Singapore.

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Dave.Dykstra   12/23/2010 3:13:26 AM
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But they're still profitable at this point. Looks like changing their DRAM emphasis away from PCs may be working. What were their projections?

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will99878898   12/23/2010 1:22:46 AM
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do you have any detail or just a general comment? yeah, someone might want to buy Micron(not like Qimonda), it get some decent tech in it's pocket. but overall give ppl a feeling of struggling. score a couple of points then a big fumble. will those Asian competitors end it's misery sometime soon? thoughts?

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re: Micron misses forecast in results
goafrit   12/22/2010 10:10:35 PM
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Micron has been treading on a shaky grounds recently. They better be careful before they become acquisition target.



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