Do they plan to rebuild that swamped Thailand facility or are they going to turn it into a rice paddy?
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I think there's a typo in the article; It's supposed to say Samsung instead of Seagate. You mean to tell me Seagate acquired themselves?
Anyways... This seems like a okay enough deal that's more about getting around regulations then enhancing their strategic performance. As for the flooded facilities, I'm guessing Western Digital would probably clean it up and get it working again; I mean why waste what you already have?
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