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posted in February 2007

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Channeling China's past and future
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2/26/2007   Post a comment
I wing my way to China this week to join Taiwan bureau chief Mike Clendenin in Shanghai. While there, I'll visit a few companies, and then we'll make our way to Shenzhen and later to Beijing for those cities' International IC China conference events, which are run by our partners at Global Sources.
IR's Lidow is '07 ACE honoree
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2/19/2007   Post a comment
What do you call a man who, as a young Jewish engineer, managed to get a degree out of the Technical University of Berlin in 1937, during ascendant Nazism, fled Germany with a few bucks in his pocket, started a company in America and sold it to Sperry Corp., and still comes to work every day as chairman of the second company he founded 60 years ago?

Crolles2 presses on despite partner issues
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2/15/2007   Post a comment
The Crolles2 alliance continues to work diligently to ramp up its 65-nm process and complete qualification of 45 nm despite the loss of some long-term partners in the technology-sharing arrangement.
Now on the blogosphere
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2/12/2007   Post a comment
The tyranny of print real estate and a really good package from India mean I'm getting an editorial haircut this week. Group editorial director Richard Wallace spent 10 days on the Asian subcontinent, and I wanted to publish his report in this week's business section.
Bracing for disruption
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2/5/2007   Post a comment
For years, Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen has been writing about the nature of disruption in the technology business. Since late 2005, he has allied with Harvard engineering professor Woodward Yang and consultants Matthew Verlinden and Steven King at Innovo (Cambridge, Mass.) to develop frameworks for managing disruption and innovation in the chip industry. The following essay stems in part from a series of workshops Innovo has hosted with semiconductor executives.

Forget cycles, is industry ready to meet challenges?
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2/5/2007   Post a comment
There's an undeniable cyclicality to life. When I started at EE Times in 1992, I ran the business section. Today marks its resurrection and the inauguration of a weekly column in these pages. What has become clear over these past 15 years is that the cyclicality of the electronics business may no longer be necessarily so. The driver that is Moore's Law is pulling over to the shoulder and yielding to crucial business dynamics.
Mystery deepens as Coast Guard ends hunt for missing researcher
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2/2/2007   Post a comment
The Coast Guard has called off its five-day search for missing computer scientist James Gray, but friends and family kept up the hunt using private planes and satellite technology.


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