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Memory technology firm Rambus (RMBS) is down 3.2% after an appeals court refuses to reconsider a...

Memory technology firm Rambus (RMBS) is down 3.2% after an appeals court refuses to reconsider a ruling finding the company guilty of destroying documents relevant to a lawsuit against DRAM manufacturers Micron (MU) and Hynix (HXSCF.PK). However, analyst Mike Crawford doesn't think the ruling will affect the conflict's resolution.
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  • 2PP
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    They all colluded to keep memory prices artificially high and all need to to be punished. In the end, the only real winners are the lawyers and the screwed consumers will get a few dollars if you want to go through all the hassles.
    29 Jul 2011, 03:49 PM Reply Like
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