Micron's Comeback Kid
In "Micron's comeback kid" (People, May 13), Joseph L. Parkinson's 1994 departure from the company should have been characterized as a resignation instead of an "ouster." Furthermore, Parkinson and other top executives were not "chased out"; they left of their own volition. Finally, while management's demand that CEO Steven Appleton be rehired was not the first time it had stood up to the board, the move was management's most decisive victory in years.
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