Originally Posted by Vagrant Storm
This could be read in multiple ways...he may have been offered a better job or he may see an upcoming embarasment and just decided to quit before he was fired.
This is not nesasarily more fuel to throw on the "AMD is dead" fire, but no matter how you look at it...it isn't good. Or wait...maybe it is. Maybe this guy was one of weak links that was causing delays on release dates and things will get better?
Now that I think about it...maybe AMD needs more changes like this to get things rolling.
To be honest, after being head of a company, to being put in a VP position after the merger, he may just have felt like he wanted to move on. This is not unusual for this to happen. I sure as hell hope my company gets bought out and I can resign a few months later with a pocket full of money. In fact, I would say that would be my primary objective in getting bought out.