Sanders KO's shareholders

Bradley, Gale
April 1997
Electronic News;04/28/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2165, p1
Trade Publication
Highlights the speech given by Advanced Micro Devices Inc. chairman W.J. Sanders during a luncheon meeting with the company's shareholders in April 1997. Plans to ship hundreds of thousands of AMD-K6 MMX units in the second quarter of 1997; Comments on main competitor Intel Corp.; Plans for AMD's advanced logic roadmap.


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