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Back to the future!
_hm   5/25/2014 2:44:59 PM
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Interesting to hear about this reverse trend - big organization getting rid of smaller units they acquired earlier.

This is very encouraging news as engineers will get much morefreedom and agility to introduce new ideas.

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Re: Back to the future!
elctrnx_lyf   5/26/2014 8:42:36 AM
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The industiral business are on a conloidation phase as the expenses of running the old business becomes more and more difficult with marginal increase in sales YoY.



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