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Wednesday, 04 July 2007 17:56

AMD sends two ex ATI chaps back to Canada

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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To clean up the mess


Just two years after AMD stole two top ATI chaps and force them to Texas, the big DAAMIT is getting ready to get these two chaps back to Canada.

At my previous job I wrote here about Jon Carvill and Ian
McNaughton a bit more than two years ago when they mysteriously landed in AMD as senior PR or Marketing manager.

Now its time to get Canadians back home and Ian will become Senior Marketing manager for GPU business while Jon will be a PR for Graphics and integrated products back in Canada.

We hope that these guys can clean up the mess in Markham Ontario office and that ATI graphic and integrated business will see its better days. They will both start after August.

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