Electronic Business' most-clicked-on 2008 articles and analysis
Staff - December 30, 2008
Below EDN presents some of 2008's most-clicked-on articles from its Electronic Business newsletter, serving up research, analysis, and advice for electronics industry executives every week. To subscribe to Electronic Business, click here.
Engineer salaries: A look at global compensation and job satisfaction
Future Horizons' Malcolm Penn: This is not 2001
Dealing with the devil: Could REACH be better than ROHS?
ROHS: More harm than good?
Finding, hiring, and keeping next-generation talent
Cypress' TJ Rodgers: Programmability, politics, and profitability
Replacing hard-disk drives with solid state: A challenging but opportune prospect for vendors
Broadcom's Scott McGregor: Growing during a downturn
Plant shutdowns: Long-term positive or delay of layoffs?
ROHS enforcement getting more forceful
CEA's Steve Koenig: Economy may be ice cold, but CE sales are still warm
ROHS 'the sequel' edges closer
Chip companies all charged up over smart meters
Inventory key to staying afloat next year
Avnet's Roy Vallee: Staying constant in a world of change
Broadcom co-founder Henry Samueli apologizes for lying to SEC
Fuel cells look for a boost
Why diesel is so expensive
Oh, to be an engineer in the US