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selinz
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re: Rambus cutting 15% of workforce
selinz   8/24/2012 11:57:05 PM
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"It's not personal, it's business." (pick either Godfather or You've Got Mail for context.)

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re: Rambus cutting 15% of workforce
mcgrathdylan   8/23/2012 5:51:14 PM
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@elctrnx_lyf- I think you might be mixing up the 15% reduction at Rambus with the 250 job cuts at ON Semiconductor. Rambus has about 500 employees; 15% is about 75 jobs. ON Semi has something like 20,000 employees, so it's 250 job cuts translate into a lower percentage. Is 15% significant? I would say so. And for any of the people losing their jobs at ON Semi, Rambus, or elsewhere, it's pretty significant, regardless of the percentage.

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re: Rambus cutting 15% of workforce
elctrnx_lyf   8/23/2012 7:41:51 AM
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Is 250 jobs are really significant portion of Rambus? There seems to many changes to key positions with in Rambus.



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