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Brian Fuller2
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posted in March 2003

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Jerry's legacy
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3/17/2003   Post a comment
Ageless Jerry Sanders, perfectly tailored dark suit and coiffed bone-white hair, held forth at last week's Semico Summit in Scottsdale on the state of the industry, intellectual property and innovation.
Fear threatens to bog down decision-making
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3/17/2003   Post a comment
Now, as in the past, some mask it with a hesitant laugh; some exhale long and loud and shrug their shoulders.
Fab costs, capacity glut seen pointing to consolidation
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3/17/2003   Post a comment
Soaring fab costs, economic malaise and unchecked capacity expansion are conspiring to bring a shakeout to the once-bulletproof foundry industry, observers and executives said last week.
Daring to dream
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3/10/2003   Post a comment
If you live in California, spring is here ahead of schedule; if you live in some other parts of the country, it seems like it'll never return in your lifetime.
What and why
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3/3/2003   Post a comment
As pernicious as downturns are, they offer companies a chance to reevaluate their competitive position and prepare for the future.

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