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Jerry Sanders IIIPictured here is Jerry Sanders III, CEO of Advanced Micro Devices, on the front page of Dresden Dialog, AMD's local Fab 30 newspaper. He is putting two fingers up at somebody, we're not sure who -- but we suspect it's probably Intel. This gesture, in the UK at least, is an impolite way of saying "go away" and is the equivalent of putting one US finger up. Thus, Sanders is giving the reader more bangs for their buck... ® There are messages in our Forum about this story.

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