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|3rd October 2007, 12:06||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
The Business of Technology: Creative Labs
So between their business and technology, where does all of this leave Creative? Simply put, it would be difficult to argue they're not in a very bad situation.
On the technology side, almost all of their markets are either commodities or dying, and they're not the market leader in anything any more.On the business side, they're already in trouble from their technology issues. Their stock price is near record lows and they haven't been able to generate enough revenue to cover costs in a couple of years.
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