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30+ days ago

Senior Technical Marketing Manager, Embedded

AMD Austin, TX

- Strong understanding of Industrial or Factory Automation, Machine Vision and Aerospace/Defense markets and technology trends- Drive market… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Senior Manager Corporate Strategy

AMD Austin, TX

Lead effort to identify, evaluate and execution of strategic transactions, including acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures, partnerships, and… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Sr. Executive Assistant

AMD Austin, TX

? Arrange domestic and international travel schedule, reservations and logistics that optimizes executive’s time. Upon completion of travel, prepare… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Payroll Specialist

AMD Austin, TX

will further include but not be limited to:- •Processing bi-weekly payrolls for exempt and non-exempt employees using SAP system. •Validate and… AMD

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    Many years spent hoping we would break the intel monopoly...but it never happened.

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    Former Employee - Member of Technical Staff in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Member of Technical Staff in Austin, TX

    I worked at AMD full-time (more than 10 years)


    Lots of good people here.


    It's the same roller coaster ride year after year

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    Stop cutting employees and benefits programs. Get a solid identity and stick with it for once.
    Year after year we would deal with the highs and lows of the semiconductor industry, always living in the shadow of Intel. I and many other employees always embraced the underdog mentality and worked our butts off to better the company, only to have the direction of the company changed time and time again.
    This company has never been the same since Jerry Sanders left. He was a true motivator and always seemed to care about the well being of his employees. Now upper management only cares about the "shareholders" and lining their own pockets.

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