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goafrit
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re: Report: Intersil is takeover target
goafrit   4/11/2011 3:33:16 PM
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What is happening in the industry? What all the rumor please. NXP, Intercil, etc/

jhchang
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re: Report: Intersil is takeover target
jhchang   4/10/2011 8:07:39 PM
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One big deal happens and every analyst reports as if that is a real trend happening...... it is funny and almost ridiculous to what Wall Street will do to make money!

daleste
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re: Report: Intersil is takeover target
daleste   4/9/2011 9:40:00 PM
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There is good and bad when companies merge. The bad is the loss of jobs as they consolidate. The good is the opportunities in the market for startups. There are often gaps caused by elimination of the unprofitable parts of the business that a startup can attack.

Silicon_Smith
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re: Report: Intersil is takeover target
Silicon_Smith   4/9/2011 3:16:39 PM
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In response to the recent developments, some consolidation is very likely in the rivals camp. It could be a merger of equally sized players as much as an acquisition of a smaller company by a bigger one. In all, I think it is good for the Analog market.

_hm
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re: Report: Intersil is takeover target
_hm   4/8/2011 11:20:58 PM
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Micro Semi has good product range for high reliability parts. After taking over Actel, they should try for Intersil.



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