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Monday, 10 September 2007 08:48

Henri Richard is the new Senior VP of Freescale

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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A career move


We previously reported that Henri Richard left AMD and went to Freescale and not to Apple as some of our colleagues have reported. You can read the original part here.


Herni Richard, once the Exectutive Vice President or VP of AMD made a career move and got a CEO position. He left the Executive VP place in AMD to become the Senior VP of Sales and Marketing of Freescale semiconductors.

We wish this nice fellow luck in his new job and we can definitely understand this move. With Hector around this guy didn’t have a chance to become the CEO of AMD, but now he is an Executive VP of a similar semiconductor company and we can only hope he can touch the bonus sums of what Hector Ruiz, a previous Motorola man makes if AMD fulfills its plans. 

Good Luck Henri and now we need to find out where Rick Hegberg and Dave Orton are going to go, now it looks like Orton won't go for a new job, but you never know.

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