1. Goofy pumpers
2. Inept Management flailing strategies.
3. Typical current employee Glasdoor view of AMD
Cons – Two words: extreme instability. Layoffs have become an annual event that people prepare for, and each time it's a long and drawn out game of politics. The number one item on each team's agenda is simply survival, not productivity or innovation. The attitude is "live to work another day, worry about the projects later." This is no way to run an engineering firm.
Advice to Senior Management – Executives seem utterly clueless. The roadmap changes every time it's presented. They need to listen more closely to employee concerns -- there are thousands of brilliant minds in the company. Unfortunately there exists an enormous rift between regular employees and upper management with very minimal two-way dialogues.
Barring that, my recommendation is for the execs to resign to make room for more competent people to step up. There are plenty of more competent folks buried underneath.
4. The theory that cost cutting some how equates to growth. .
5. Since 2006 33% Reduction in resource(15k
I did not questioned his intelligence....just the context in relation to AMD's business reality as it relates to the ridicules claims listed on this board about growth.
As I understand it, AMD's rev is and has been tied to PC since the days of Jerry. And these revenues will keep declining thru 2015 that is if a PC chip company CPU/Chipset can convert some sort of market to absorb the loss of the PC sales. Correct
You guys in AMD marketing; Don't feel bad if its hard to deal with them I know its just your job.
Translation... " I am a ugly nerdy fat guy that can't get a girl" so to get back at the world I will go online and be annoying...... LOL... Yep this work real well till someone traces you IP address knocks on your door and punches yea in the face.... Oh.yea. Just to be annoying.... LOL....
So AMD's CEO doesn't know what he's is saying with results to guidance...? You cant have it both ways now.
That's not what Read said, and he did not differentiate he said the PC market. You need to look at the 10K and the profit statements again...
Read said in an earnings conference call that analysts expect the overall PC market to shrink about 10 percent in revenue in 2014. He said he expects AMD’s results to be similar.
I mean I just don't get it...what are you talking about AMD is going through the roof?
And there's you're sign....Proof positive!
for some valid information. This is not the place to get it, or at least not to listen to your drivel... Oh and berating people shows your 3rd grade mentality and that you do not have confidence in your ability to debate anything.
People expected more from AMD'ers and their Marketing team.
Your third grade teacher says its time to come back in from recess.
No apologies it just is...
Who needs all this other noise...you buy and the stock goes up.
Hmmmm....seems someone needs to check himself...
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