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posted in August 2006

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Zilog searching for permament CEO
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8/31/2006   Post a comment
Zilog hopes to name a permanent chief executive no later than February, according to its interim CEO.
New CEO is an executive suite veteran
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8/14/2006   Post a comment
Atmel's new CEO, Steven Laub, cut his teeth in the semiconductor industry during 13 years at PLD vendor Lattice Semiconductor Corp., where he served as COO, president and member of the board of directors, with responsibility for the company's business performance.

Education panel: no time to wait for fixes
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8/9/2006   Post a comment
Problems with U.S. engineering education are so deeply rooted in kindergarten-through-12th grade that educators, politicians and business leaders have "no time to wait" to fix them, concluded a panel discussion at National Instruments' NI Week conference.
U.S. chip industry: empty shell?
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8/7/2006   Post a comment
At points along an industry's usually foggy evolution, there are times of clarity. These are such times for electronics design. I mention this because we ran a page 1 story last week about a suppressed government report that indicates offshoring is done solely for cost-saving reasons. This past week, we asked EE Times readers for their feedback on that issue. Some of their comments are reported in the lead story of this edition.



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