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But though Japanese hands are not entirely clean, it was long-term disinterest in
the factory (the nuts and bolts of producing top-quality products) and arrogance
toward even large customers that most severely damaged our semiconductor ...
In absolute terms they are far ahead of us in targeted industries (steel, autos,
semiconductors), but far behind in others (agriculture, the service sector as a
whole). And while the Fortune 500 continue their job-shedding binge, our vital
and health care and pizza delivery and temporary business services, and in
semiconductors, supercomputers, and biotechnology, too. Other "new"
competitors are units spun off from big firms (often following a hostile takeover or
a leveraged ...
... mass markets," "particularized demand," and, the ultimate, "fragmented
markets becoming pulverized." Surprisingly, they are not talking about new
arenas such as biotechnology and semiconductors, but about chemicals, steel,
textiles, autos ...
Du Pont is creating numerous swift-moving business units, closer to the market. . .
. and Computers and Semiconductors In September 1986, Financial World
reviewed the computer industry, observing: "Despite analysts' predictions of an ...
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