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RBC's Mark Sue doesn't believe the bleeding is over for Cisco's (CSCO) switching business. Sue...

RBC's Mark Sue doesn't believe the bleeding is over for Cisco's (CSCO) switching business. Sue thinks "intense pricing pressures and increased competition" could cause the switch market to decline in value, with Cisco's high gross margins suffering as it fends off the likes of Juniper (JNPR), HP (HPQ), and Brocade (BRCD).
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  • martypaul
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    No matter what Cisco does, the main problem is still John Cambers. Mr. Chambers built a company by buy other peoples successes. He did a good job making these companies work together. However, he is not capable of establishing a business plan that doesn't already belong to some other company. Its time for Mr. Chambers to give the stockholders a bonus and resign
    18 Jul 2011, 07:22 PM Reply Like
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