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analogsemiguy
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re: Analyst: 'Apple effect' could drag on Avago
analogsemiguy   3/2/2011 1:12:06 PM
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Yes, the "Apple Effect" means that lots of business with Apple, which is worse on the bottom line, means that your share price will go up. Why is being badly beaten by an abusive vendor to be in a really cool product better news than having a dominant share in a very lucrative but not very sexy market segment? For such "analysts" I would only leave the first four letters standing...

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re: Analyst: 'Apple effect' could drag on Avago
Baolt   2/28/2011 9:28:08 PM
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How interesting to see that 1 product can reflect such volume increases on a semiconductors co.s income. Lately we saw on NXP, now Avago, who is next we might see with teardown of new ipad / iphone. Just fantastic



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