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Work for National Semiconductor, get an iPod

Scott McNulty
June 13, 2006
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National Semiconductor, the premier analog company (at least according to their website) is going digital; digital music that is. The company plans on giving each of its 8,500 employees a 30 gig iPod so they can listen to company podcasts. This is also, I am sure, a way of thanking the employees for a very good year (who knew you could make over a billion dollars a quarter making analog devices?).

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