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selinz
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re: AMD names Devinder Kumar CFO
selinz   1/4/2013 4:54:16 PM
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They seem to be moving toward a more flexible manufacturing model which means that they become lean on their manufacturing plants. It makes sense tactically but is not great for US based manufacturing folks...

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re: AMD names Devinder Kumar CFO
Robotics Developer   1/4/2013 1:45:01 AM
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I wonder if now AMD can settled down and start growing again? I have friends that worked at AMD last year who are no longer there and I hope that the company will re-chart their direction and re-energize now that they have a CFO.



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