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Micron shuffles sales operations: Mike Sadler moves to MeiYa

01 August 2008 | By Síle Mc Mahon | Going Places

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M. SadlerMicron Technology has reorganized and expanded its sales structure after Mike Sadler has moved to MeiYa Technology Corporation, Micron and Nanya’s 300mm joint venture operation. Sadler has been appointed Vice President. Replacing Sadler as Vice President of Worldwide Sales is Mark Adams, formerly Micron’s Vice President of Digital Media, joined Micron in 2006 with the company’s acquisition of Lexar Media.

“Mike Sadler's experience and knowledge of Micron, as well as his strong business acumen and experience in Asia, make him an ideal choice for providing leadership in the MeiYa joint venture that is a critical component of Micron's business,” said Durcan. “We appreciate the contributions Mike has made to our sales operations, and we look to Mark Adams and his team to build on our strong sales record.”

Micron has appointed Paul Mullen to Vice President of International OEM Sales and Mike Bokan to Vice President of Americas OEM Sales.

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