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Brian Fuller2
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posted in July 2004

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Tenuous schedule
7/26/2004   Post a comment
It's hard to imagine 450-mm wafers-heck, the sight of 300-mm wafers today can still cause eyeballs to bug-but they're not far down the road.
Is the party really over?
7/19/2004   Post a comment
Merrill Lynch sucked the oxygen out of the room last week with the most bearish outlook issued to date for semiconductors and semiconductor equipment.
Conflicting forecasts cloud chip growth picture
News & Analysis  
7/19/2004   Post a comment
Gloomy industry forecasts coupled with a mixed bag of corporate earnings reports combined last week to cast a pall over a still-skittish semiconductor industry in its second year of recovery.
Big ideas, big man
News & Analysis  
7/5/2004   Post a comment
When you're in this business of journalism and come across an unbelievable story, you tend to check the calendar first to see whether it's the first of April and then look around for a hidden camera somewhere. We've had two of those recently.

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