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re: Yoshida in Japan: Who's calling the shots at Sharp?
sprite0022   3/11/2013 1:49:24 AM
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@BP I am the one who is actively protecting the reputaion of eet. by monitoring and offering kind suggestion s for improvement. you are the one who is losted and should just keep quite all the time.

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JollyPaul   3/10/2013 3:42:27 PM
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This is one of the more bizarrely off topic trolls I have seen in a while. Given your posting history, it is safe to say sprite0022 is the inappropriate thing floating in the punch bowl.

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re: Yoshida in Japan: Who's calling the shots at Sharp?
sprite0022   3/8/2013 2:22:53 PM
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hey Junko, can you answer the question of Will american military target civilians (intentionally) at war in certain cases?

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HT-Analyst   3/8/2013 10:11:40 AM
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Looks like that the Sharps customer want to secure supply and invest for that. A short term solution for the customers, but what when others sources become available and they try to sell the shares bought?

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eewiz   3/8/2013 5:32:30 AM
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"But that begs another question. Where is Sharp’s future if its best work is producing 20th-century LCD technology?" I guess this deal is more about Sharp's IGZO backplane tech. That's not 20th century stuff. Since Apple made a deal with Sharp for the IGZO panels, Samsung gotta have it :)

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G-Linden   3/8/2013 1:53:36 AM
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Thanks for this great behind-the-headline analysis!



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