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anon9303122
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re: Touchstone CEO eyes Linear, Maxim, disruption
anon9303122   9/27/2012 10:43:24 PM
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He was let go. Probably too old.

DaveR1234
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re: Touchstone CEO eyes Linear, Maxim, disruption
DaveR1234   9/26/2012 9:42:55 AM
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What happened to Bill Schweber???

GREAT-Terry
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re: Touchstone CEO eyes Linear, Maxim, disruption
GREAT-Terry   9/26/2012 1:57:50 AM
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Touchstone anyway will have its innovation in order to shine.

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re: Touchstone CEO eyes Linear, Maxim, disruption
mcgrathdylan   9/24/2012 7:58:45 PM
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It was fascinating to me when Touchstone came out of the gate happily describing itself as a second source supplier. The strategy made a ton of sense--but you just don't normally hear that from a chip startup. Most feel, I assume, that they have to have a more aggressive story to make a splash. But Fox and his colleagues knew what they were doing. And it seems like Touchstone is evolving to the next stage.



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