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Acer's CEO is just the latest victim of the PC industry's struggles

Brad Chacos | Nov. 6, 2013
The PC industry's hemorrhaging continued on Tuesday, as Acer announced that it lost nearly half a billion dollars in the last three months--an utter disaster that prompted the company to boot CEO J.T. Wang out the door, along with 7 percent of Acer's staff.

Yes, folks, the times are a-changing, and the very nature of computing is a-changing along with them. Not everyone will make it through the transition; the PC industry of yesterday will not be the PC industry of tomorrow. But isn't that always the case?


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