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I had to chuckle when the article mentioned ending the week on a high note due to the Oregon visit by Obama. They failed to mention the strong protests going on outside tongue.gif This particular plant has lost a lot of high tech jobs that have gone overseas.

Outsourcing, downsizing, and rightsizing are all old words....

If you don't know what they mean, obviously you have never been fortunate enough to be the victim of corporate executive decisions...

The problem isn't with the corporations, it's with people's lack of financial education, for if they were successful in life, they wouldn't be in the unemployment line with all the other anonymous losers...
Edited by _GTech - 2/19/11 at 7:00pm
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Damn, AMD's gonna go outta business
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Damn, AMD's gonna go outta business
Keep dreaming....
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Outsourcing, downsizing, and rightsizing are all old words....

If you don't know what they mean, obviously you have never been fortunate enough to be the victim of corporate executive decisions...

The problem isn't with the corporations, it's with people's lack of financial education, for if they were successful in life, they wouldn't be in the unemployment line with all the other anonymous losers...
Farming work to countries with cheaper labor, less environmental restrictions, less safety requirements, etc allows a product to be produced cheaper. Explain how "people's lack of financial education" would've saved the outsourcing from happening. I guess I don't see your point.
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Outsourcing, downsizing, and rightsizing are all old words....

If you don't know what they mean, obviously you have never been fortunate enough to be the victim of corporate executive decisions...

The problem isn't with the corporations, it's with people's lack of financial education, for if they were successful in life, they wouldn't be in the unemployment line with all the other anonymous losers...
do you live in a bubble?

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I guess I don't see your point.
chance has more to do with a persons financial position in life than their financial education. where you go in life has more to do with where you started than what you are taught

back on topic.
finally something smaller than my #$%^!
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They're stealing our Nanometers!!!!!!!!!!!
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Farming work to countries with cheaper labor, less environmental restrictions, less safety requirements, etc allows a product to be produced cheaper. Explain how "people's lack of financial education" would've saved the outsourcing from happening. I guess I don't see your point.
Outsourcing is inevitable and its part of capitalism. I don't see how you can stop from outsourcing happening. Intel could pay $20000 for a computer engineer in India to do the same job in the US that pays $70000.
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The Reason Obama was even there was to promote Jobs and AMERICAN Capitol.
He met with other CEOs as well. Jobbs, Zuckerburg, Google, Yahoo, and more.

This will do nothing to AMD, 14nm is not due till like 2014-2015.

The Entire Idea is to Increase American Exports, and shrink America's demand on Imports. Not to start a Political battle on OCN, but A+ Obama!IMO

Here is My source
http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/20...le+Feedfetcher
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Outsourcing is inevitable and its part of capitalism. I don't see how you can stop from outsourcing happening. Intel could pay $20000 for a computer engineer in India to do the same job in the US that pays $70000.
As long as it's a fair playing field, I'm all for it. However, if a country has 0 environmental regulations and allows a plant to pollute the air and water saving them millions of dollars and has little to no safety regulations, how can an American plant compete against that without exposing workers to unsafe conditions and trashing the environment? Anyways, I didn't meant to start a huge debate regarding worldwide outsourcing, I was merely chuckling at the rosey picture the article painted. From the local papers' descriptions, it was hostile.
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I have been hearing about ridiculously tiny Intel fabs forever but have only seen 32nm which isn't a huge jump from 40/45 IMO. I'll be excited when I see it.
 
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