EMC's Tucci Takes His Case to Data Domain Employees

April, Carolyn
June 2009
Channel Insider;6/9/2009, p1
The article offers information regarding the open letter of EMC Corp. chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) Joe Tucci which was addressed to Data Domain Inc. It relates that Tucci discusses their innovative technologies, accelerating success, and acquisitions of growth companies. Furthermore, Tucci expresses his beliefs on the inferiority of its rival NetApp Inc. on many levels. It mentions that EMC Corp. is not backing down instead it continues to disrupt the deal in a hostile takeover.


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