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nehavik
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re: ST-Ericsson rescue plan underwhelms
nehavik   4/26/2012 6:42:21 PM
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Management problem that came from ST. A lack of vision and direction in both companies.

sige
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re: ST-Ericsson rescue plan underwhelms
sige   4/25/2012 4:29:37 PM
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What wasn't told was that the real job loss comes to the rest of the world except in France. All St-Ericsson employees will go back to STM. Management problem, you decide...

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re: ST-Ericsson rescue plan underwhelms
Python0   4/24/2012 6:09:41 PM
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The story of ST-Ericsson continues on the same success track. ST will cut it in pieces till the last slice. Qualcomm, TI and Mediatek do not have these problems. Is it a question of management performance ?

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re: ST-Ericsson rescue plan underwhelms
Patk0317   4/24/2012 5:21:42 PM
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This appears to be an automobile accident occurring in very slow motion.



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