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Carly Fiorina On Silicon Valley's Future
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Carly Fiorina On Silicon Valley's Future

Economy

Carly Fiorina On Silicon Valley's Future

Carly Fiorina On Silicon Valley's Future
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Silicon Valley was once thought of as recession-proof, but the technology sector is taking hits in the current economic downturn. Yahoo and Google are only two examples of sagging profits. Alex Cohen talks to former Hewlett-Packard chief executive officer Carly Fiorina about the state of Silicon Valley.

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