Micron's Outlook After CEO Appleton's Death

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Feb. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Ashok Kumar, senior technology analyst at the Maxim Group, talks about the legacy of Micron Technology Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Appleton and the outlook for the company. Appleton, who took charge of Micron at 34 and went on to become the memory-chip industry’s longest-serving chief executive officer, died after crashing an experimental plane in Boise, Idaho. He was 51. (Source: Bloomberg)

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