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double-o-nothing
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re: Micron increases stake in Inotera
double-o-nothing   2/29/2012 6:25:30 AM
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Will Micron sell its Inotera share now to buy Elpida?

ibm221
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re: Micron increases stake in Inotera
ibm221   2/27/2012 12:26:54 AM
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uh.. . what do you mean, including the pass away of CEO?

chipmonk0
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re: Micron increases stake in Inotera
chipmonk0   2/24/2012 6:46:43 PM
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What does this do to Micron interest in acquiring Elpida that was being reported a couple weeks back ?

goafrit
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re: Micron increases stake in Inotera
goafrit   2/24/2012 4:37:54 PM
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Seems like Micron is having so many good things working for it. They are expanding and have enjoyed positive good news recently.

resistion
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re: Micron increases stake in Inotera
resistion   2/24/2012 5:43:42 AM
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Sounds like Inotera having trouble at 30 nm.



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