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Maxims Applied: The Strategic Thinking behind Intel's agreement with AMD to bury the antitrust hatchet.

Posted on: 19-Nov-2009

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Summary

Decisions are seldom as cynical or one dimensional as they are often made them out to be. Now youve probably read the easy answers behind Intels agreement with AMD to stop their legal wrangling: the surface level, expedient, issues. Now let's delve a little deeper into the larger, more strategic concerns of Dirk Meyer and Paul Otellini in deciding to bury the legal hatchet.

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