Micron Technology CEO Steve Appleton Dies in Airplane Crash
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4 (Bloomberg) — Steve Appleton, who took charge of Micron Technology Inc. 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.
By msnbc.com staff and wire Updated at 7:45 p.m. ETSteve Appleton, chairman and CEO of Micron Technology, has died in the crash of a small plane in Boise, Idaho, the company said Friday.
Steve Appleton personified Micron Technology Inc. He was more than its public face — he was its leader.
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