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Thursday, 15 January 2009 12:10

Western Digital VP of Europe leaves

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Peter Edinger goes


The guy that used to work as the Vice President of ATI Europe, Peter Edinger has decided to leave Western Digital, and sources close to the company have said that he left due some personal reasons.

Working in ATI was a bit more interesting that selling hard drives, where the sales strategy is more GB is better, and price really plays a big role.

The decision has been made in December and Peter will still be working for Western Digital due to the agreed transitional period. The decision is unrelated to company’s recent announcement about cost structure realignments and the decision itself was made a while ago.

We wish him a lot of luck and we hope he will soon resurface in some new exciting job.
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