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Dell revamps manufacturing with Solectron CEO

Dell continues to make wholesale changes to its executive roster as it hires Michael Cannon to lead its worldwide manufacturing operations.

By February 14, 2007


Solectron expands in Mexican 'Silicon Valley'

The electronics manufacturing services company will build two new centers for printed circuit board assembly in Guadalajara.

By October 27, 2005


Maxtor CEO resigns to lead Solectron

Chief Executive Mike Cannon leaves the hard-drive maker to take up the post of CEO at manufacturing giant Solectron.

By January 6, 2003


Solectron CEO to step down in a year

The world's largest contract manufacturer discloses in its earnings report the chief executive's plan to step down.

By September 26, 2002


Week ahead: Go east, tech fan

Asia is home to two conferences this week, Computex in Taiwan and a storage confab in Singapore. Plus, Micron Technologies and Solectron report results in a quiet week for tech earnings.

By September 21, 2003


Solectron to buy C-MAC for $2.7 billion

The contract-electronics maker agrees to buy Canada's C-MAC Industries in a stock deal that will provide Solectron with access to the automotive electronics industry.

By August 9, 2001


Solectron sees more dips ahead

Although business is not falling as sharply as it did in previous months, company executives say things are still looking bad.

June 18, 2001